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  1. For about 5 years now I've been trying to extract as much as possible, image-wise, out of each of DJI's Mavic "foldable" drones. I think the Mavic 1 was a good start but the 8-bit color could be fairly tragic, especially with reds. The mavic 2 really upped the game allowing for shooting in both D-Log and Hybrid Log Gamma, both in 10-bit. I've been playing with the Mavic 3 Cine for a few months now with is 4/3rds sensor and ability to shoot Prores HQ, what are your thoughts?
  2. I'm relatively new to drone (18 months) but have found that once you have learned the controls it simply becomes another "tool in the box", another way of placing your lens in different or unusual places. I have a passion for landscape and enjoy trying to tweak the HLG (HDR) format to its full potential. Still learning but enjoying the ride. https://vimeo.com/335046212
  3. Immaculate kit well maintained, also comes with a bespoke read-out TX/RX by Sync Cine. 1 x Horns/Sensor 1 x Control/Display Unit 1 x Horns Extension 1 x D-tap Power Cable 2 x 3pin(24V) Power Cables 2 x Sensor Cables 2 x Sensor Power Cables for Sync Cine 4 x Aerials 1 x Sync Cine TX Unit 1 x Sync Cine RX Display Unit 1 x Hard Plastic Case also included. Located in Melbourne, Australia
  4. Just a quick spin around Australia using mainly the Sony A7S with Canon L series lenses, also used is the Red Rock Micro OMC slider.
  5. Selling our Sachtler System 30 EFP 2 MCF Tripod Kit (including 2 cases) The tripod kit was bought in late 2009 for AU$16,995.00. Price: AU$ 7,000.00 It comes with the following: Sachtler Cine 30 HD Fluid Head with Right Pan Arm Sachtler Tripod EFP 2 CF (Carbon Fiber) Sachtler Off Ground Spreader Sachtler Rubber Feet (3) Porta Brace Shell Pack TS35B (for the legs) HPRC 2700W Hard Case (for the head) Technical Data (from Sachtler website): Payload: 35 kg / 77 lbs Weight: 12.2 kg / 26.9 lbs Height min: 77 cm / 30.3 in Height max: 173 cm / 68.1 in Transport length: 95 cm / 37.4 in The tripod is in good condition. Note that one of the four rosettes for the pan arm has a loose tread. But you can still use the three other rosettes for the arm. For more information about the tripod, please visit the Sachtler website: http://www.sachtler.com/en/products/...efp-2-mcf.html If you're from Melbourne, Australia, you are welcome to check out the gear. We can ship the kit (shipping to be paid by buyer) via DHL (or your preferred company) anywhere in the world.
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