Sony RX100VA video: too much light in s-log

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Eric M de Jong New Member • Posts: 1
Sony RX100VA video: too much light in s-log

Hi,
I own a RX100VA but did not use it very frequently. Now I made a trip and used it for video with s-log. Even with the built-in ND filter on, the are quite some situations with too much light if I want to stick to a shutterspeed of 1/50. The minimal ISO is fixed to ISO 1000.
What would be the best solution to get the right exposure?

1. Not using s-log (Cine2 allows lower ISO values);

2. No log (I tried this but it gave also over-exposure);

3. Buy a filter adapter kit plus an additional (variable) ND-filter (which?);

4. Use a shutterspeed shorter than 1/50 (which I use together with 25fps);

5. Accept some over-exposure, which is mostly in the air (but I like the clouds to be exposed correctly).

As far as I found out there is no way to lower the ISO value.

BTW, after some experimenting and searching the internet, I am very happy with using s-log. I edit my videos (mainly Canon R6) in Final Cut Pro with Color Finale.

I am curious to hear your opinions and solutions.

Eric de Jong

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