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kingstonphoto
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Im sorry if this might be covered in another thread. but im new to video, looking for best video settings for that cinematic feeling.
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Just use the cinematic mode in the app and keep an eye on the focus and exposure!
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dronist Posted at 2017-3-3 19:40
Just use the cinematic mode in the app and keep an eye on the focus and exposure!

what about setting tho.. fps suggestions and all that
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kingstonphoto Posted at 2017-3-3 20:59
what about setting tho.. fps suggestions and all that

Each has it own setting. I suggest using the auto and from their change to manual and play with the settings. It depends on the lighting, time of day, exposure etc. Read on some photo techniques and practice.
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You'll want Dlog mode, turn down Saturation, Contrast, and Sharpness a bit in the settings (you'll need to find what you like). To get some motion blur and a smoother image you'll probably need some ND filters and try to get the shutter speed 2 x frame rate.

When you edit add some black bars at the top and bottom to give it that wide screen.

What do you use for colour grading and editing?
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kingstonphoto Posted at 2017-3-3 20:59
what about setting tho.. fps suggestions and all that

Aloha kingston,

     Here are some images of previous text on the subject of your concern.  As much as these have the cinematic feeling, I prefer the accuracy of HD.  Why look at a video if you do not want to see what is there!  With HD, 2K, 4K, etc. there is so much to see, just make it smooth.

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Matt-and-Riley Posted at 2017-3-4 03:01
You'll want Dlog mode, turn down Saturation, Contrast, and Sharpness a bit in the settings (you'll need to find what you like). To get some motion blur and a smoother image you'll probably need some ND filters and try to get the shutter speed 2 x frame rate.

When you edit add some black bars at the top and bottom to give it that wide screen.

I'm using premiere
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I would play a lot with colour grading and try to avoid using LUTs , you won't learn anything just downloading something and clicking it.

Cetacean has posted the image I was looking for, see above for the best tips.
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Cetacean Posted at 2017-3-4 03:17
Aloha kingston,

     Here are some images of previous text on the subject of your concern.  As much as these have the cinematic feeling, I prefer the accuracy of HD.  Why look at a video if you do not want to see what is there!  With HD, 2K, 4K, etc. there is so much to see, just make it smooth.

awesome thank you!
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