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  1. 1- Canon 17-120mm Cine-Servo Lens PL & EF Mts. $17,500 2- Sigma 18-35mm T2 HS Zoom Lens Sony E $3,200 Each 2- Sigma 50-100mm T2 HS Cine Lens Sony E $3,000 Each 1- Sigma 50mm FF HS Cine Prime T1.5 Sony E $2,700 2- Tokina Cinema Vista 16-28mm T3 Wide Angle Zoom Lens PL $ 3,500 Each 1- Fujinon ZK 14-35mm T2.9 Cabrio Lens PL. $20,000 1- Fujinon XK 20-120mm T3.5 Cabrio Lens PL $10,500 1- Fujinon ZK 85-300mm T2.9 Cabrio Lens PL $22,000 3- Canon CN-E 35mm T1.5 Cinema Prime Lens EF Mt. $2,800
  2. Hitler's Rant about the Canon 5DMK4 Video Features Very good, very good... :D Have a nice day! Igor
  3. Sometimes when you shoot you want to underexpose a scene. The problem with Dslr is the great amount of noise in the shadows when exposure is not perfect, and other little problems. What's your workflow with this? Thanks to all that answer...
  4. Hello everyone :) I've been doing cinematography on and off for a few years but never had the chance to commit to it completely due to life, acts of god, indecisiveness on what to do with one's self. This year I made the decision to commit. Here's a link to my showreel - I know there's so much to improve and we all know how hard it is to critique your own work so if anyone can spare a few minutes to give any constructive feedback I would appreciate it immensely and if you got a showreel too, I'd be happy to return the favour. Have a great day / night everyone :) - Mark
  5. Hello, I'm an editor, not a cinematographer, and I'm looking for some advice. I'm making my first personal short film and I would like to convey the deterioration/fragmentation of a relationship between 2 people. The film is going to be about a minute long, and there is no dialogue. I have directed quite a lot of non-fiction for Television and the web in the past, but this is my first foray into fiction. I am still in the process of finalizing my story, but I was thinking about the way Tony Scott/Paul Cameron use the camera in Man on Fire/Beat the Devil, and David Slade's strobe effect that he uses in Hard Candy and in almost all his music videos, and while it may be a bit too much for my purposes as my film is basically a love story, I feel that there might be something there for points in my film where things start to fall apart for my main characters. All my reading indicates that this is a film camera effect? Is this not possible on the 5D? Thanks in Advance! Sandeep.
  6. Here is my Demo Reel https://vimeo.com/55330379
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