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  • If you cannot set all cameras to the same frame rate, like 24fps in this case, just use the three cameras that do have the same frame rate, and ignore the one that doesn't. Do not mix different ...
  • Nope. Which focal length suits your shoot depends on your subject and what you're trying to accomplish. Much like in photography. It is, but many of the basic principles are quite similar. No need ...
  • The T5 will work just fine with the USB C cable provided. You can also use a third party USB C cable if you like, but the one that comes with the drive will work just fine. As in a regular USB C to ...
  • As usual, it depends. As long as actual commercial product shooting is concerned, not that good. Especially when shooting anything with shiny, reflective surfaces or where colour accuracy is ...
  • Replied in why oh why
    What's written on the "forehead" of each Sony A7 or any other Sony ILC camera? Is it Sony or Alpha? What's written on the "forehead" of each Panasonic GH, S1 or any other Panasonic ILC camera? Is ...
  • So hire a sherpa to carry it around for you. ;-) Whatever it takes to get the shot with the gear you've got. Some of those things might help, like a wider angle lens is easier when moving around, ...
  • Well, suppose you are assimilated, then. and resistance is futile. But fortunately only as long as you're still at school. ;-) Meanwhile, suppose it's PR + AE, then, along with possible third party ...
  • So an LCD loupe is expensive but a lens with IS is not? Um, okay... Don't get a loupe for image stabilisation. That's not what it's intended for, even though it will sort of help with that as an ...
  • Clapping is helpful for sure, but forgetting it is not a disaster. Many modern NLEs do a fairly decent job in syncing an additional audio track and there are also dedicated audio syncing apps out ...
  • Replied in why oh why
    One of many basic marketing tactics, often referred to as product differentiation. Typically done in hopes of being able to uplift the perceived image of the product and thus achieve better margins. ...
  • Some, but is there a particular reason you're asking for Adobe products? Unless you're already assimilated to the Adoborg, then yes, resistance is futile, but if you're starting from scratch, there ...
  • Both are true to certain extent. The rest is up to you and your handholding skills. In other words, get one and try it for yourself. A loupe will add a third point of contact and thus help in ...
  • That would be one way to do it, but doubt it in this case. Although a massive shoe would indeed be kinda cool. Anyway, the model built around the actor is likely a digital 3D model or just a real ...
  • Yeah, they're pretty good bang for the buck for that price. The rest is a matter of taste. There may be a new set of Xenons coming later, as it often happens after a big sale, but the current ones ...
  • Well, the "realistic" part may be a matter of taste, but okay... :-) Yup. It's mostly a lot of time spent at the computer editing the footage. At that level it's not too hard, and all the tools ...
  • Replied in Mixing formats
    Like said, a narrated slide show is fine, too. Whether you'll make it a podcast, webinar or whatever is up to you. By all means just start making one. There's no shortage of online courses out ...
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    As long as you keep overthinking things you'll get nothing done, and you'll learn nothing. Don't get hang up in the minutia for too long. They're the least of your worries. The very first thing you ...
  • Yeah, it works just fine. Sigma have been implying they are coming up with new smaller size lenses for the L-mount, both in APS-C and FF. They've already got the 2.8/45mm and I would not be ...
  • It's fine for the typical asking price today, as long as you don't expect razor sharp images and lighting fast focusing. With the SDQ H it works fairly well, there's no cropping but the AF is old ...
  • Replied in Mixing formats
    Surely you mean the other way around? Or at least I hope you do. In other words, zoom in to the stills so that they fill the 16:9 video screen. Use effects like Ken Burns or basic pan&scan whenever ...
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