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  1. Back to black. (Finally.) The computer will set you back $5000. At least. The maxed out model will then be what – $12,000? More than $10,000 for sure, I should think. Lovely thingy. Appearing in stores in December. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a38_qR-S8Yo https://www.apple.com/imac-pro/
  2. Hello, Here i would like to clear some questions raised before starting a new project.. as i shared my equipment i have and the question how to use them for better result.. I am now doing a job for the first time on DSLR and have so many questions and need all the help you all can provide. The gear available to me: 5d3, 1dx Zeiss 14, Zeiss 35, Zeiss 135 (on its way) Fluid head tripod. Lexar 1000x 32gb UDMA 7 card A three year old Imac for editing. Nature of job and crew: I will be going to small villages and shoot lifestyles of people as artistically as I can. I will shoot lots of interviews with audio. I have a focus puller and lighting assistant. I want efficient frill free equipment set up that does the job. However, keeping gear light is not the first requirement, getting professional output is. The edited videos will be viewed mostly on internet and at times projected on a mid size screen. My questions: 1. Do I need another monitor besides the LCD on the camera to check focus etc? 2. Which is the best slider for price for DSLR? 3. Which is the best way to record audio? Do I record on camera or external recorder and sync using a slate? I have a BeachTek DXA-SLR available for free. Is it any good? 4. Should I use Magic Lantern software or original Canon RAW? If magic lantern, then which version? 5. What is the ideal ISO for video? And if not ideal, what is the acceptable range for noise free work. 6. Is 1/50 the only shutter speed to work at or it does not matter? 7. Will my Imac be ok for the edit? I will not buy an Imac now until it is refreshed, but just want to prepare myself on the speed of edit. Thank you!
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