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New EOSHD Pro Color 3.0 and EOSHD Pro LOG comes to Sony cameras

By Andrew Reid (EOSHD)

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Special offer: Pro Color 3.0 & LOG Premium Bundle – special offer $37.99 ($49.99) I am pleased to announce that a year after the original, there is a major update to EOSHD Pro Color for Sony cameras. In addition to the new Pro Color, I am launching EOSHD Pro LOG as well. This takes all the advantages of Pro Color into an easy to grade C-LOG-like profile for your Sony camera. Pro LOG also comes with 25 EOSHD Film LUTs for an instant cinematic grade in post. Upgrade your Sony camera now New for 2017 EOSHD Pro Color 3.0 New for …

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My guide to buying a cheap Hasselblad medium format camera

By Andrew Reid (EOSHD)

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Comment on the forum Did you hear of the man who tried to clean every last spec of dust from his Hasselblad? He’s dead now. But he has a cautionary tale from beyond the grave… He liked photography so much, he sold his family to a North Korean slave farm. He never regretted spending the money on a Hasselblad, but one night he decided to take it to pieces… there was a spec of dust in the viewfinder. “Was it really worth it?” he began to wonder, to sell his dear wife and children into slavery for a slow and …

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“Canon killed 1D C after just 9 months”

By Andrew Reid (EOSHD)

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Comment on the forum Those hoping for a follow up to 2012’s Canon 1D C may want to curb their enthusiasm. A received this email from a film industry contact today: “Canon launched [the 1D C]in November 2012, mine arrived in May 2013 and the camera was officially EOL’d in August 2013.” “From the horse’s mouth (Canon). I have no idea why, nor did [redacted](or not that they were prepared to share).” “Most frustratingly, because it was EOL, the camera never got the big AF upgrade that came with firmware 2.0” I think Canon owe us an explanation on this. …

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What Magic Lantern reveals – 5D Mark III capable of 4K all along

By Andrew Reid (EOSHD)

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Available now! The new EOSHD 5D Mark III 3.5K RAW Shooter’s Guide With the new Magic Lantern experimental build for the 5D Mark III, we have an amazing 4K and 3.5K 10bit lossless raw mode with Super 35mm continuous recording. Did you know that the Mayans invented the wheel, but only used it for a child’s toy and didn’t really see the point? Then the Sumerian civilisation came along and finally put it to good use! Well it turns out Canon have had sensors in their DSLRs since 2012 which have been capable of 4K video… but they just kinda …

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The EOSHD 5D Mark III 3.5K RAW Shooter’s Guide

By Andrew Reid (EOSHD)

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Buy it now, just $19.99 This guide has advice for filmmakers on getting up and running with 5D Mark III 3.5K raw video with the latest Magic Lantern, as well as new full HD 60p raw modes. Easy to understand for all skill levels, you can be up and shooting within minutes. Written from first-hand experience by EOSHD’s Andrew Reid. Well, who would have thought it? The 2012 vintage 5D Mark III is capable of much more than Canon gave us. This guide runs the full gamut of advice for video shooters and filmmakers, starting with installing Magic Lantern with …

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Shooting 5K on the Panasonic GH5 with the new ‘Open Gate’ mode

By Andrew Reid (EOSHD)

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Comment on the forum With the new firmware 2.0 update, the Panasonic GH5 becomes the first 5K 10bit H.265 mirrorless camera, and you don’t even need an anamorphic lens to join the party. 5K anyone? Well, Panasonic have delivered and it is in H.265. Until now we have had cameras that do a 5K or even 6K sensor readout but never one that writes such high resolution directly to the memory card. On the Panasonic GH5 the new firmware update 2.0 gives us the use of the very efficient H.265 codec for this. They did not scrimp on the bitrate …

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