"Dreary" GH2 w/Nikons

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2011-04-27 16 1,510 Vimeo

Best viewed in Fullscreen HD. Finally had some time to take the Nikon's out for a real workout. Kind of a downer video. I was back in Nebraska at my Dad's funeral, and I needed to get out of the house, so I walked around my old neighborhood, down to the cemetery where my father was to be buried, and pointed the cam anything that looked interesting. And then shot some stuff around the house. All the outdoor day stuff was shot with the 24mm. The outdoor night stuff was shot with the 50mm f1.8. The first Christmas light clip @2:33 was the 24 at f2.8 ISO400. the rest of the lights and maquette shots @3:28 were the 50 at f1.8 ISO 320. I like that with the faster lenses I'm able to shoot in low light with much lower ISOs and almost no noise. The maquettes were a very quick attempt to actually light something just using a desk lamp, and a 2 foot fluorescent nook light. I'm noticing some color banding in places, which I assume is coming from the AVCHD compression. I'll have to plug the cam into the TV and see if it comes out the HDMI feed as well. (Since I never seem to see any details on which adapters people are using. I'm using a Fotodiox Nikon adapter. I also have a Fotodiox Canon adapter, just waiting for my friend to get back in town so I can borrow his lenses for a test.) Lenses. Nikkor 24mm f2.8 Nikkor 50mm f1.8 Graded with ColorGHear (minimalist grade using CineGHamma and Spectral Enhancer only) http://ColorGhear.com