Hi everybody :) Newbie Alpha user here... I recently got my a6400 and loving it.
I'm planning to use it for some (music) videos soon, and I was hoping that I could get a few things bit more clarified by someone more experienced.
As I understood, to get more cinematic-like effect I should stick to 24p(in NTSC mode), so my options are:
When File Format is set to [XAVC S 4K] -> 24p 100M or 24p 60M
When File Format is set to [XAVC S HD] -> 24p 50M
So, is 100M gonna get more data than 60M which is gonna enable to create a slow motion footage in 4K..?
Or I should - If I wish to create a slow motion footage - select one of these (while in [XAVC S HD]):
120p 100M/100p 100M
120p 60M/100p 60M
Then slow it down in Premiere, and convert it to 24p..?
I got a bit confused with all these options, apologies if I'm asking anything too obvious :D
Hi. Until I can scrounge up $2k for the 200-600, my little 55-210 is my go-to for landscapes that require zooming. Unfortunately, my circular polarizing filter will not work with the lens hood that came with this lens. I hate to choose between lens flare and water reflections. Any knowledge about how to get them to work together? - Jared
Old/vintage lens is fully manual no electric contacts on the lens, camera and flash is set to manual, the flash is in cameras hotshoe, I have also enabled “release w/o lens “ in camera menu, and the flash will not fire.
I don't know what Nikon cameras you used, but I used a lot and the cameras that had a low-pass filter looked better than the ones that didn't have when you zoomed in that insane way: D The low pass filter towards the smoothing you show, but it took away the sharpness of the photo. Anyway, I left Nikon because I was not comfortable with the number of failed cameras they sent me. You should never keep something that does not satisfy you. But I don't know anything about this, the experts are you