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    Thanks John! Love the images
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    Thanks for the additional footage. Curious if you think using FCP X image stabilization is a good idea on some of the clips or do you prefer the effect of the minor camera movement? Lots of harsh natural outdoor light but faces looking good.
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    This is awesome material John, its very intresting to see how the camera performs with natural lights, even with sunlight coming down straight to the talent light/shadow balance looks amazing. Wish I had mine already here
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick.lang View Post
    Thanks for the additional footage. Curious if you think using FCP X image stabilization is a good idea on some of the clips or do you prefer the effect of the minor camera movement? Lots of harsh natural outdoor light but faces looking good.
    I like hand held when it's hand held. That's why we do it.

    Yes you could stabilise it, but you take a hit in resolution and image size.

    Plus with rolling shutter cameras, I find it makes things worse.

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    Very nice work. Thanks for posting. I won't pixel peep because I know it's been compressed for vimeo.

    But look at the shallow DOF on some of those shots. Should calm some people's nerves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Brawley View Post
    I like hand held when it's hand held.

    Plus with rolling shutter cameras, I find it makes things worse.

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    Thanks for the insights and all your generous efforts!
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    Thanks a lot jb!
    so they still haven't finished thunderbolt and prores certification?
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    FCPX can fix rolling shutter issues, did you fix the rolling shutter with FCPX John?
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    Mind blown.
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