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Is the Canon M6 MKII good for recording Youtube Guitar videos in 4k quality? Would yall reccomend it?
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>>3662380
4K does not give you better quality than 1080p in most consumer cameras.

Would you rather have 'ok' looking 4K or stellar 1080p?
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>>3662409
Depends. Doing home or independent movie, 1080p is more than enough. Youtube must be 4k or your clicks go to a bloke that does 4k. Stock must be at least high bit rate 4k. In fact it's going to 6k, 8k lately.
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A webcam will do
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>>3662351
Every god damn youtube review is about how these cameras perform when vlogging. Go watch one of those instead of starting these threads you god damn fucking fag.
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Op ill sell you my m50 with adapter. Im trying to get an RP .

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Oh noes, why does this keep happening? Why is it not dying?!
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>>3662491
>In Japan
So who fucking cares?
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>>3662500
If you have ever been to Japan then you know camera sales are huge there. It seems everyone owns an expensive camera. I have seen more pro level cameras there in half a year of living there, than in 10 years living in NL.
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>>3662525
>It seems everyone owns an expensive camera.
They aren't having children; what else are they going to spend their money on?
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>>3662500
Japan is the most profitable market for japanese companies.
They get exclusives we dont.
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>>3662491
Olympanon is obese and needs to lose weight

Pic not related
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>>3661639
Ah, it's been a while since I've spammed this one.

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>>3662514
What percentage of the actual photo did you crop out?
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>>3662567
>>3662514
Never mind, it was taken with a phone
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nice thread idiot

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dump your favorite picture youve taken

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>>3629828
shits fucking creepy
nice
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>>3659857
you are just pretending to be this retarded, right?
it's like op wasn't the one driving or something
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>>3629641
Why did you shoot this portrait when the bridge seems like it would have nicely filled a landscape image? Was it to get the water texture? I want to look at the bridge but for some reason my eye is dawn to the bottom of the frame with the one vertical section of the dark water. Not that I expect a response seeing as how that post is months old.
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>>3662427
It was for the water tezture. Honestly I don't like that image as much as I did when I processed it, there are others even from that day and time I like more. I did shoot the bridge in landscape too; would post it here but we are at the bump limit.
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>>3629481
The Buachaille is the definitely best mountain in Scotland.

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Post photos taken with your Micro Four Thirds camera
Gear photos also accepted

/mtfg/ - Micro Four Thirds general thread anime edition

Old thread over bump limit >>3612000

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>>3660128
>Why not a Z6?

It's too expensive :(
Not to mention I have like 12 F mount lenses. Getting a Z mount plus adapter pretty much just negates the lightness of a mirrorless camera.

>>3660166
>I like it a lot, but it´s really pretty heavy.

Thats why I decided not to get one. I almost got a D610 last year but decided against it due to the oil spill issues.

>AF-D 35mm f2.0

I have it as well. I bought one last year and I love it. Autofocus might be slow at times but I love the way it goes swish swish as it searches for focus.
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Found these browsing old /p/ folder. Hola if you're still around.

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>>3662464

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>>3662466

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>>3662467

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Hey, /p/

I'm a newfag and been messing around with my camera. What's this line? I can't seem to take it off. Any tip would help.
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Welcome to /p/. First things first, consult your camera manual.
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>>3662135
Hi, is that video? look int the settings for the aspect ratio and change that to 3:2 (that should be the whole frame)

or look if you have any guides for composition active also in the setting and disable those or change them
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>>3662141
No, just a picture. Alright, I'll get to it.
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If this is a troll. Fuck you up the ass. If it's isn't. Your camera is in video mode and not photo mode. You're dumb either way.
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>>3662135
Lemme see more of them feet anon

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So i have ended up being responsible of gathering and organizing large amount of scanned pictures and photos for a project and i need to organize and categorize them and maybe later add tags, details and more information relating to them.

Now i went to search for such things and there is literal ton of shady and useless looking software being peddled about the matter. What kind of programs do you use yourself and recommend?
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>>3662180

Thank you, i did think booru for a moment but it does have certain reputation which one might not want to reflect on himself when less computer savvy people start to do searches about it. Hydrys was also interesting option it is good to see someone considered it reliable so i can look into it more.

Luckily it does not need to be computer vision, that will be problem of someone else down the line when it becomes easily available.

Luckily it will not be on 1 million range or even likely 100k range. Damn now that you have mentioned Booru it might be very good way to do it...
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>>3662237
Either a booru or hydrus can easily handle this amount of files, yes.

Actually if it's a fairly low number of files, some RAW editors also apply. I wouldn't suggest using those that store tags in their own proprietary databases or special file formats, but if they use something like XMP sidecars (Darktable, LR, I think maybe also DXO... can be convinced to do this) there is not that much of a problem. You can extract most of that data even without having access to x software in y version. And the data can be handed off as a folder or archive.

But I wouldn't say they're easily better than hydrus or *boorus unless you must work with RAWs very directly or such (for a tag index, it's usually good enough if not better for performance to do it on JPEG and just jump to RAW or whatever from there).
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>>3662238
Thank you too, will look into those options, apparently someone has done this earlier for them by using excel and adding data there in some manner and someone might be under impression this will be sustainable solution in larger scale too.

The information might be exported to other systems in later date so it would be best if the metadata could be somewhat accessible when that (assumedly) more competent person will take a copy.
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>>3662244
Well, excel can be exported yes.

It's not as sensible as just putting it into a YAML or JSON or whatever that doesn't need to parse the whole convoluted excel format. As do .XMP or txt or whatever sidecars

Monkeying it as excel->csv->whatever DOES generally work if nobody had the idea to mess up something with using different rows / columns because they couldn't figure out how to make longer text appear otherwise. Main risk with excel I guess.
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>>3662158
Anything that saves xmp. You must do meticulous keywording. Dates, projects, put everything into xmps. That's all you really need to transfer from system to system later on.

Do people unironically read this assclown’s page? I was skimming through some of his reviews and he gives everything a “sharp as shit, just get it” verdict, unless it’s not made in Japan, in which he knocks it in the “quality” section despite that not even being a metric of quality necessarily.

All his sample photos are saturated to shit like a 14 year old photo 101 student edited them. He shoots in jpg with max sharpening for some fucking reason. All this expensive gear is lost on this goofy ass mofo.

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>>3661739
>The key thing is that the gear gets out of the way as fast as possible to allow for work to be made uninterrupted.

this. working pros do not constantly chase latest updates as that entails unfamiliarity with the new piece of gear for awhile...which inhibits and slows work down.

only hobbyist and gearfags upgrade year over year
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>>3661739
>I can think of a number of extremely famous photographers that snapped away on cheap as fuck film point and shoots (before the film point and shoot hype).
Well, how many people care to buy products photographed and put into catalogues with this process now? How many of them became relevant recently with this photography as photojournalists or nature or portrait or architecture photographers?

How many even pay to watch documentaries filmed this way (I mainly got planet earth 2 recently, but that obviously used a ton of varied gear)?

> A good photographer knows what gear they need.
Well yes, but in this case it's almost always some of the best gear. Just obviously not all of it from all brands, can't mount additional arms and endless assistants aren't affordable. You're still doing a full pleb job with lots of competition.
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>>3661312
>Unshaven armpits

Damn it, why am I getting turned on?
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Christ, we just had a thread right here, >>>3656600, on this shitbag, is this what /p/ has degenerated into?

Post some fucking photos.

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>>3661297
I was talking to a friend about this. I watch a couple video gear channels on YT yet notice none of them ever produce video content that isn’t B-Roll bullshit for their reviews.

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Hey, do you guys ever edit "found negatives"

I found about 30 years of family memories in negatives during the lock down here and have been pulling anything portfolio worthy and artsy/90's aesthetic postable to process later

Some of these are damaged beyond repair and most are of my family so those are going in a separate binder.

You guys ever do this type of thing?
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>>3661912
> Does raw slow it down?
IMO mostly on your computer if anything, but you also might need it because really batch manipulating the negative colors without RAW is quite silly.

> Do I have to get a dedicated 35mm mask or can i just use the negative slide that came with my epson 600?
I'd definitely try the negative slide from the Epson. If it can be used quickly, probably all is fine?

If not, you need to try and optimize that a bit, depending on the volume of negatives.
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Another thing I've noticed: Darktable is actually a really pretty decent tool to invert negatives. Not very automatic, but it has very decent options for interactive correction, and it also runs really quite fast with many of the corrections active.

>>3661921
BTW this >>3661921
was of course for you >>3661916
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>>3661594
I most likely wont.

We had point and shoots and lesser cameras. We didn't get our first slr until early 90's and we only used that up until 2001 when my dad bought our first digital slr Nikon.

So most of these aren't great quality

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I just learned darktable got this recently:
https://github.com/darktable-org/darktable/pull/4423
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiNlHBZE888

It was added after the last release, so you get to either find a prerelease somewhere or compile it, or see how it works next release.

>>3662053
Yea, I guess a good look also tells you if the photo might be of interest or not.
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>>3661903
Thanks for the links.
I managed to figure out my tripod and how it turns around. I got so excited to scan but then remembered someone borrowed my macro lens :<

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someone i know is trying to convince me that taking photos in video games is considered as artistic as real photography, it's very stupid that i don't even know how to respond to him
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>>3659376
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>>3659376
i really like Berduu's shit, really good game photos
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>>3655973

Check this website, they have some interesting photos: https://deadendthrills.com/>>3656038
>this, the team designing the game mostly likely planned out the look and feel of the location themselves so you'd get views like the ones your friend screenshots. the artistic direction and decision making is that of the developers.

>>3656038

Agree, most AAA games are equivalent to movies, just take a screenshot and it will look good
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>>3656274

So if someone else sets up the lighting in a photo I shoot, it's not my photo? What if someone else edits my photo for me?

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Any tutorial for replacing cracked screen in Fuji X-t2? Thanks in advance.
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>>3660768
Asking here because there wasn't any there. You failed in not being a little bitch.
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>>3660906
Imagine being this level of lazy...
It was in the first result!
It's a teardown and you can get the general idea from there.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QL1jXF3KNEM
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>>3660906
>>3661749
i don't get what the fuck people are doing when they say they tried to google something and couldn't find it, are they just lying and being lazy or are they really that fucking incompetent when it comes to using a search engine?
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>>3661749
If YOU hadn't been so lazy as to just paste some link you didn't even watch (I did watch it completely before coming here) you would it has NO FUCKING CLUE AS TO HOW TO REMOVE THE FUCKING LCD PANEL. And if you have no intention of helping people just try to stop being suck a little bitch who thinks himself as superior but can't even read a question or watch a movie. Thanks for nothing you idiot.
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>>3661764
Where is it? I dare you to show it. You can't because you can't find it too.

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Which a scanner for films is best?
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I have a Epson V600 its pretty great, i just use it to scan all my dad's old film negatives, and occasionally for my own work when I shoot in film. I got it a pretty good discount, and it came with a SilverFast licence, so im very happy with it.
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>>3659001
>35mm SLR with a macro
But then how'd you develop the film from that SLR?
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>>3659689
kek
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>>3659689
Take it out and develop it you fucking spergy.
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>>3658726
if you shoot 35mm only - plustek
if you shoot other formats too - epson v800

also do what this anon said
>>3658731

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Hey /p/als. Whats the best camera I can get that can record in 4k for under $750? Preferably something similar to a Panasonic GH5
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>>3661915
x-T2 won't have stabilization, is on fujix mount, and doesn't do 4k 60fps. even the x-t3 won't do all that. so then if you choose gh5 that has those things and you wait 3-6 months for gh6 to drop the price, you have to hope the gh5 will drop from 1,200 to 750. It'll prob drop to 899 or 950. I'm sure some other gear fag can tell more. Im new.

The questions to ask yourself,
>how much content will i miss by waiting,
story and completed projects is all that matters
>will it be hand held?
IBIS is useful. if tripod you can forgo
>will it be close quarters?
crop on a mft or apsc will limit your placement even more
>are my guitar videos a band or me on a chair
band? you may want 4k 60 so you can slo mo, or 1080 120 for super slow mo. tutorial? 4k 30 is fine.
>low light?
prob ibis at 4k 24 with shutter at 50


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>>3661924
>>3661915
*correction x-t3 will do 4k at 60. x-t2 is only 30.
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>>3661930

Just did some looking into the M6 MKii. Shit actually looks really nice. I may actually invest in it. Thanks anon!
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>>3661953
yeah, it's what i'm looking at for the next generation. con would be NO VIEW FINDER (or you have to spend extra.) pros, apparently autofocus is pretty good. Don't forget it's a flip up screen, you can't bring it out to the side.

also a6500 is in your budget range with sony mount lens
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>>3661977
>>3661930
>>3661924
>>3661906
is all me btw so you don't get the illusion that multiple anon's are giving you information that is all similar.

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I cant believe there is no thread here

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>>3661617

Hope everyone enjoys these few images, Some are stronger than others.

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>>3661619
they're pretty damn good, didnt find the last one as good but still nice
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>>3661700
Appreciate it

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Are you ready for the revolution? I know I am. Can't wait to go out shooting with my old Leica again.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/samellos/im-back-35-new-version-with-manual-priority-function
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>>3661343
Does the new version still work by taking a picture of a focusing screen and thus resulting in absolute shit tier photos?
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>>3661655
Yes.
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It's definitely cool.

This is not something targeted towards purist assholes like pretty much all of /p/, myself included. This is supposed to make photography fun again

I'm thinking about getting one for my Yashica Lynx 14e. Most of you have forgotten how to have fun. There's nothing wrong with snapshitting, there's a time to be technical and a time to just have fun. In my bag, with my Df, probably 5 or 6 grand worth of glass, is a Nikon Lite-touch point and shoot 35mm. I have some shitty 2mp digital cameras for the /dst/.

Go out and have fun again.
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>>3661343
oh this vaporware again?
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>>3661811
Sugar in this thread:
>This is supposed to make photography fun again
>Go out and have fun
Sugar in the Leica threads where everyone's having fun taking and posting pictures
>FUCK YOU ALL YOU'RE ALL SHEEP WHO PAID TOO MUCH FOR YOUR CAMERAS YOU SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN SOMETHING CHEAPER PHOTOGRAPHY MUST BE UTILITARIAN AND MINIMALIST!


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