Shot this with Panasonic LX-100 and did some color grading. My monitor color calibration is off so I need some help/suggestion. Can you care to do a screen grab and post here about which scene do you think has a pleasing color? In most scene, I used 10bar red filter, in situation where the sun is not behind me, I get purple color.
I also played around with Natural/Standard/Landscape color profile. Without the red filter, the coral look very washout, but the blue is quite nice and no problem of purple hue. With the red filter, the coral color is more pop, yellow saturation seems too high, but the blue is quite nice as long as if I get the sun behind me or at the right angle.......I'm still trying to nail down the color on this camera.
Also, don't worry about the soft corner of the video, I used a modified WA lens for land use so the result is not as good, but love the wider FOV that none of the existing wet lens can provide. Not sure if this modified WA lens is a keeper.
Well, one of my dive buddies just got back from Bahama (Tiger Beach), she told me one of the people in the group tried to bring in drone, Bahama custom wanted to charge him $300 for it, the person ended up leave the drone with the custom, and pick it up after the dive trip when leave the country.
I'm considering some land base diving around Cabo San Lucas area for 3 to 5 days. Does anyone have good suggestion in term of dive operator and destination? From my brief research, people suggest "Pelican Rock" and "Land's End", which I don't know what the highlight is. Manta Scuba seems to be a popular dive operator, any other suggestion?
I don't see Olympus in the video discussion in the past mainly because there were only doing HD, now that they have 4k, what's the interest level on Olympus 4K shooting? Does it has better color than Panasonic? I know their IS is the top of the industry, so that itself could be a good reason to switch over from either Panasonic, or even for Sony people. Am I missing something? Here is the promo: