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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post
    I use the 77mm HBM filter with a Hoya UV/IR cut filter nearly always, and often have ND filters in there too. No vignetting problems. (Same Sigma lens).
    Yup...I usually stack 3 filters with no issue. The sensor is so cropped its no problem. When i tried the same combo on the UM 4.6k when i had the chance to test it, it was a problem. I think i had to go to about 21mm to get rid of it...or maybe 22mm, i can't recall.
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    Frames looking good !!! Do you use an olpf filter ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post
    Darren, you constantly remind us why it's called the CINEMA camera.

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    Thanks man. Trying to keep the bmcc torch burning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faceicu View Post
    Frames looking good !!! Do you use an olpf filter ?
    I have the EF model so no filter for me. However I didn't like what It did to the sharpness so I probably wouldn't have gotten it anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jambredz View Post
    I have the EF model so no filter for me. However I didn't like what It did to the sharpness so I probably wouldn't have gotten it anyway.
    I've heard some people say it was too noticeable mostly, atm I'm on the fence and having only recently started using the BMMCC so I've not gotten an IR cut and the mosaic would kill two birds. I've already run into moire trouble with it filming a short promo of synthetic flowers so I think I'd still be inclined to buy the OLPF. How do you deal with moire without the OLPF?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryanite View Post
    I've heard some people say it was too noticeable mostly, atm I'm on the fence and having only recently started using the BMMCC so I've not gotten an IR cut and the mosaic would kill two birds. I've already run into moire trouble with it filming a short promo of synthetic flowers so I think I'd still be inclined to buy the OLPF. How do you deal with moire without the OLPF?
    I just dont lol. It bites me every now and then but for the most part I just live with it if and when it happens. I'd hope what i film is so engaging that the average person doesn't give a damn. But you can combat it by not using razor sharp lenses like sigma art series. The sigmas are so damn sharp it will aggravate it. But i love my sigma 18-35 when it doesn't moire.
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    Last 3 I'll share. I'm just messing with the colours but I like what i have been getting thus far.
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    not taking anything away from your skill but Jamaica is such a dope place to film
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    Quote Originally Posted by misterkofa View Post
    not taking anything away from your skill but Jamaica is such a dope place to film
    Thanks man. You're right. We have a real good cross section of landscape with alot of texture and colours.
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    Just shot the last day yesterday...these are all on the C100 because we shot all slo mo...but figured I'd still put it here.
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