Thanks! This is Flowmotion 2.02 and Sigma 30mm 1.4 all the time. In a wedding, you don't have much time to change lenses lol. No Filmconvert or any plugins, just a little grade made while editing on Sony Vegas. This lens have a nice look, ahn?
Hello stephkay, I came back to post another shot, and only now I saw your comment, sorry for being late. Yes, the audio is a problem, mainly because I didn't had an audio guy for this job. The slider is a non-branded one, but not self made. I bought here in Brazil.
So this is my farewell from GH2. I think it's the best performance I got from this lovely camera. Thanks buddy for all the adventures!
I need to wait a couple weeks until my friend, on USA, get ready to receive the item. If I buy direct from internet, when the camera arrives here, I have to pay 100% of federal taxes lol. So, the government offers the possibility to travel and back with a single product without charge. I think they want us to travel
Yesterday I saw an used BMCC for 2.5k, but the shop price is fine to me. Thanks for the info, I didn't know Adorama was selling new BMCC's, thats great.
I still need to discover which lens I will use as a base for the Isco 2x anamorphic without vignetting. Maybe a Canon FD 50mm will be good.
And if you want to buy a GH2 and make your own movie, there are still a few left at Amazon and eBay
Shane is distributing the film himself instead of selling it to a studio - so more of the dollars you spend at the box office or at Amazon go to a fellow indie hybrid still/video camera shooter, and not to big Hollywood. Pretty cool.
Don't know how I missed this, but Hot Rod Cameras posted this on their Facebook page back in May:
"Watch the movie trailer to "2 Guns". Hot Rod Cameras hacked (3x) Gh2 cameras and provided custom lens mounts so the filmmakers could use Panavision anamorphic lenses. Denzel Washington/Mark Wahlberg star in this high-energy action extravaganza!"
How much of this trailer do you think was shot with the GH2?