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kc_moses

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360 degree video

01 June 2015 - 08:38 AM

Interesting! Youbute has this feature and no one talk about it? You have to play it back in Chrome, then you can change to any angle you like:

 


Liveaboard at Sipadan - MV Celebes Explorer

26 May 2015 - 09:46 AM

Hi, does anyone have experience with the MV Celebes Explorer liveaboard at Sipadan? Do you get to dive at Sipadan every day? I read that the 7 days package includes 23 dives total. Do you get that many dives? And out of those dives, how many are at Sipadan? I don't care much to dive at Mabul.

 

What are the unique dive area you visited and do you get the chance to dive at "Sangalaki" area?

 

Thanks!


4K Cutterfish & octopus from Anilao

24 May 2015 - 04:44 PM

Sometimes I still can't believe I'm getting this kind of result from a point and shoot camera. The detail of 4K, and the sharpness of the lens, I think this is a keeper until 8K come around!

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=RiI1nCN8Ic4

 

It's hard to do an artistic shoot of octopus since they move so fast and keep morphing (and I'm not that experience to approach them). I hope this clip showcase the capability of the Panasonic LX100. I never thought moire would be an issue for underwater, but I swear I thought I saw it, can you see it?

 

Watch it in 1440p HD or 4K (if you have fast internet) even though if you don't have 4K display, the extra data makes a difference!


Panasonic working on 8K!

20 May 2015 - 06:17 AM

It's hard to imagine, 2020 is just almost 5 years away. Doesn't seems like 6K is popular. The future is bright!

 

http://www.43rumors....-is-the-future/

 

Does that mean Panasonic is working on bigger sensor?


Anilao Frogfish in 4K

04 May 2015 - 06:58 AM

Alright, got the frogfish out of the way. I have to say, they're not my cup of tea, but I finally saw hairy frogfish!

 

Finding music for frogfish is tough, shooting them on wall dive is even tougher! I probably should have learn how to use the Zebra feature on my Panasonic LX100, many of these guys are white like a snow ball and being down in at least 40 feet deep, it's hard to keep the surrounding properly expose while not to blow out the white frogfish. I have a couple shot of black frogfish, but they didn't make it into the video because they really look like a clump of charcoal. Anyway, enjoy (Watch in 4K setting even if you don't have 4K monitor just so you can benefit from the extra detail):

 

 

PS: Looking back, I could have shoot the white subject in more flat profile and grade them later. But there is no Cine-D or Cine-V kind of profile in the LX100, will have to research and see how to make one up. Any critique/comment is welcome! I think I got low enough, what other angle would you shoot frogfish at? Didn't see them yawn or snatch a fish up for meal, it's a tricky subject to shoot.