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#1 photojazz

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Posted 26 September 2018 - 08:09 PM

Okay, getting Christmas list in order...

..iMac - Nov

Time for me to upgrade my D600ski and askingh for recommendations...must have good video capabilities..

So what ya got..Give the PJ some recommendations..

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Posted 27 September 2018 - 10:16 AM

Well, the Z7 or the D850 has samples out that show what they can do. Witch none tell how much work was done to produce them. I don't think anyone shows that part. The Z has a new option, being N-log. I don't much about this stuff, so I can not guid you. I have seen that good results can be had with any device. In my mind, it will be the backend that matters. How easy is it to get what you need for the final cut.


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Posted 27 September 2018 - 12:13 PM

Well, the Z7 or the D850 has samples out that show what they can do. Witch none tell how much work was done to produce them. I don't think anyone shows that part. The Z has a new option, being N-log. I don't much about this stuff, so I can not guid you. I have seen that good results can be had with any device. In my mind, it will be the backend that matters. How easy is it to get what you need for the final cut.

 

What Dennis said.  :)


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Posted 08 October 2018 - 09:18 AM

While the D850 and Z7 are good, the Z6 is probably the top new camera for video.  It's better for low light and the moderate size sensor is better matched with video.  It also captures 10 bit video files providing more latitude for grading and processing.  

 

Take a look at the introduction to the Z7 by Corey Rich in this presentation for Adorama.  He mentions at the end a plan to use the Z6 for his work.  

 

Here is another behind the scenes view of a music video production.  They are able to use old lenses as well with in body image stabilization.

 

I have a Z6 and 24-70 f/4 lens with the FTZ adapter on order.  


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