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  1. Here's a short video I made showing the recent Tuna Crab Invasion at La Jolla Shores and Cove in San Diego CA. This video shows the disruption all these crab have on other species in the area. Shot in March of 2018 using a Panasonic GH5 camera, Nauticam Housing and Panasonic 14-42mm lens.
  2. Just posted a brief video showing California Lizardfish feeding on Anchovy off La Jolla Shores in San Diego, CA. Shot with a Panasonic GH5, Keldan Luna 4 Video Lights and a Panasonic 14-42mm lens.
  3. I am new to underwater cinematography, and have purchased a Sony a7s II and am getting familiar with it before an important trip to Raja Ampat in October. I have many questions, and wonder if there are others in the community that are shooting with this camera that I can learn from, and compare notes with. 1. Picture Profile? Any thoughts on the advisable "picture profile" for shooting? sLog 2, sLog 3, Cine4? 2. Grading and LUTS? If one shoots with a flat picture profile, how does one properly grade or color correct? I have been doing as much internet research as I can, and this remains a bit of a mystery. I want to start collecting great clips in the proper picture profile. 3. White balance issues? On my first trip with this camera, to Cozumel, I believe that I properly manually white balanced the camera, at a fairly deep depth, but nevertheless experienced a strong magenta cast. Is anyone else having white balance issues with this camera? Is the camera known to be poor in that area, or acceptable, or does it have known challenges that require a work around? It would be great to possess the state of the art knowledge in this area so I can improve my results. I have posted my first "tests" with the camera, and the results are quite primitive, but they can be reviewed in this Vimeo clip. Anyone that wants to see some raw 4K footage of the first tests, to help me diagnose what is happening, can send me their email address and I will give them access to some raw footage. Many thanks for your help. George L. Paul
  4. Happy world oceans day! You can see it in 4K :-)
  5. A clip of my recent trip to Anilao in May. It was shot on my GH4 and I uploaded it in 4K but unfortunately YouTube has done a pretty poor processing job at lower resolutions especially on the Anthias at about 0:21 https://youtu.be/qQ6rM6QViVg I experimented with some small zooms and pans in post. The one of the pink frogfish might be a little overdone but the others seem to have worked out OK. What do you think? Cheers Steve
  6. Sony announced their first consumer 4k camera @ CES 2014, the FDR-AX100 Handycam, which shoots UHD @ 30p in XAVC-S codec. The 1" sensor (larger than the AX1's 1/ 2.3") is similar to the resolution and dimensions to the RX100 II cybershot camera. The XAVC-S codec should be 100mbps and records to SDXC cards. It does not have LANC but it seems to be controllable via wifi/NFC. This will of course mean new electronic controls for those universal housings. Specifications aren't laid down yet but the lens is a f2.8 with possibly 9.3-111.6mm focal length (approx 24mm-260mm) and will cost US$1999.99 when it ships in March 2014. Very interesting entry level into 4k. Product Specifications SoftwareOperating System Compatibility : Windows XP SP3 /Windows Vista SP2 /Windows7 64-bit editions and Starter (Edition) are not supported. The Windows Image Mastering API (IMAPI) Ver. 2.0 or later is required to use the function for creating discs. Starter (Edition) are not supported. Standard installation is required. Operation is not assured if the above OS has been upgraded or in a multi-boot environment. Advanced FeaturesImage Stabilization : Optical SteadyShot™ image stabilization w/ Active mode (Wide to Tele) Wi-Fi : Built-In (Wi-Fi Compatible, IEEE 802.11b/g/n(2.4GHz band) NightShot® Infrared System : Yes CinemaTone Gamma/Color : Yes Intelligent Auto : Portrait / Baby / Walk / Tripod / Backlight / Landscape / Spotlight / Twilight / Macro / Low light / Auto Wind Noise Reduction x.v.Color™ : Yes Audio Level Display : Yes Assignable Dial : Yes (Exposure /AE Shift / WB Temp. / WB B-A / WB G-M Set) Face Detection : Yes Priority Setting (for Face Detection) : Auto/OFF Smile Shutter™ technology : Dual Capture / Always On / Off AGC Limit : Yes Airplane Mode : Yes Wi-Fi Functionality : Remote control with mobile device, send to smartphone, send to PC (with optional wi-fi accessory) Tracking Focus : Yes Premium Closer Voice : Yes Golf Shot : Yes [AVCHD only] My Voice Canceling : Yes S-Master : Yes Smooth Slow Rec : Yes [AVCHD only] CameraCamera Type : Prosumer 4K Camcorder with 1" sensor Color : Black Convenience FeaturesManual / Auto Lens Cover : Lens Cap S/S & Zoom button on LCD : Yes (Touch Panel) Media/Battery Indicator : Yes(recordable time, free and used media space)/Yes(recordable time, remaining capacity) Still Image Playback Options : Slide Show Picture Effects : Yes Video Playback Options : Highlight Playback (AVDHD Movie Only); Highlight Scenario (Save/Playback/Erase); Hightlight BGM (Preinstalled 4 music files, Music transfer) Remote Control : Yes Self Timer : Yes Power Save Mode : Yes Red-Eye Reduction : Yes (On/Off) Date / Time Stamp : Yes (Rec Date and Time, Camera info) Erase/Protect : Yes / Yes Built-in USB Cable : Yes (USB Charge Available) Self Recording : Yes Multiple Language Display : English; Brazilian Portugese; Canadian French; Spanish Fader Effect(s) : White / Black Drive SystemDrive Mode : Photo Mode:Single-shot/Self-timer Exposure SystemExposure Compensation : AE Shift (Dial/Touch Panel) Exposure Settings : Auto; Flexible Spot (Touch Panel); Manual (Dial / Menu) Metering Modes : Multi-segment / Spot Noise Reduction : Yes White Balance Mode : Auto / Onepush / Outdoor / Indoor / WB Temp Manual Iris Control : F2.8-F11 Auto Iris Control : F2.8-F11 Gain Control : Auto/Manual LOW LUX Mode : Yes Backlight Compensation : Yes (Auto) WB Shift : Yes(G7-M7 15steps, A7-B7 15steps) Manual Exposure Assist : Zebra Pattern Display Focus ControlFocus Features : Tracking Focus Manual Focus Assist : Magnified display for precise manual focus; Peaking Display, Tracking Focus Focus Area : Full range Focus / Spot Focus AF Modes : Auto / Manual (Touch Panel / Dial) Focus System : Contrast AF Imaging SensorPixel Gross : Approx.20.9M pixels Color Filter System : RGB primary color filters Imaging Sensor : 1" (13.2mm x 8.8mm) back-illuminated Exmor R® CMOS Sensor Processor : BIONZ® X image processor InterfaceNFC : Yes HDMI Terminal : Yes (HDMI micro) DC IN : Yes Memory Card Slot : SDXC Memory Card(Class 10) [XAVC S]; Memory Stick PRO Duo (Mark 2);Memory Stick XC-HG Duo; Memory Stick PRO Duo (Mark 2); SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card(Class 4 or Higher) HD Output : HDMI Out (micro)(supplied) Wi-Fi : Yes Accessory Shoe : Yes (Multi Interface Shoe) SD Output : Composite Video Out (AV CABLE (sold separately)) PhotoTV HD : Yes Direct Copy : Yes [AVCHD only] USB Port(s) : TypeA (built-in) / USB2.0 Hi-speed (mass-storage/MTP) BRAVIA® Sync™ : Yes Headphone Jack : Stereo Minijack Microphone Input : Stereo Minijack LCD DisplayLCD Type : 3.5" Xtra Fine LCD™ display(921K) (16:9) touch screen Coverage : 100% Angle Adjustment : Opening Angle: max.90 deg., Turning Angle: max.270 deg. Brightness Control : Yes (Menu) Grid Display : Grid Line Optics/LensOptical Zoom : 12x Direct Manual Focus : Yes Lens Stabilization : Optical SteadyShot™ image stabilization w/ Active mode (Wide to Tele) Minimum Focus Distance : Approx.1cm(Wide),Approx.100cm(Tele) Lens Type : Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* Aperture : F2.8-F4.5 Aperture Blade : 7 blades Digital Zoom : 160x Filter Diameter : 62mm ND Filter : OFF, 1/4, 1/16, 1/64 Clear Image Zoom : 4K: 18x; HD: 24x PowerBattery Type : InfoLITHIUM with AccuPower Meter System (V Series) Power Requirements : 6.8V/7.2V (battery pack); 5.0V (AC Adapter) RecordingVideo Resolution : XAVC-S 4K : 3840×2160/30P, 24P; XAVC-S HD : 1920x1080/60P, 30P, 24P;AVCHD:1920x1080/60p(PS),24p(FX,FH),60i(FX,FH), 1440x1080/60i(HQ,LP); MP4: 1280x720 30p Audio Format : MPEG-4 Linear PCM 2ch(48kHz/16bit) [XAVC S 4K only]; Dolby Digital 5.1ch, Dolby Digital 5.1Creator [AVCHD only]; Dolby Digital 2ch Stereo, Dolby Digital Stereo Creator [AVCHD only] Video Mode : XAVC-S: MPEG4-AVC/H264; AVCHD ver.2.0 compatible:MPEG4-AVC/H.264; MP4: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Still Image Size 16:9 : Movie Mode: 20.0 megapixels 16:9 (5024 x 2824); Photo Mode: 20.0 megapixels 16:9 (5024 x 28242) Still Image Mode : JPEG Media Type : SDXC Memory Card(Class 10) [XAVC S]; Memory Stick PRO Duo (Mark 2);Memory Stick XC-HG Duo; Memory Stick PRO Duo (Mark 2); SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card(Class 4 or Higher) Still Image Max Effective Resolution : 20.0 megapixels Still Image Size 4:3 : Photo Mode: 15.0 megapixels 4:3 (4464 x 3352) Video Actual (Pixel) : Approx.14.2M pixels(16:9) Video Signal : HDTV, NTSC color, EIA standards Microphone/Speaker : Built-in Zoom Microphone; Monoroal Speaker Photo Capture from Movie : 2.1megapixels16:9 (1920×1080) Dual Record : Yes Mic Level Control : Yes (31steps) Still Image File Format : DCF Ver.2.0 compatible, Exif Ver.2.3 compatible, MPF Baseline compatible Wind Noise Reduction : Yes (On/off) Dual Video Recording : Yes
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