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    Quote Originally Posted by Antithese View Post
    This is my first BMPCC4K footage with Sigma 18-35mm + Black Pro-Mist 1/2.
    Looks good! Thanks for posting some Pro-Mist footage. I keep meaning to buy one of those filters. I feel your pain. I don't know what strength to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VidShooter View Post
    Looks good! Thanks for posting some Pro-Mist footage. I keep meaning to buy one of those filters. I feel your pain. I don't know what strength to get.
    I think the 1/4 is the good middle ground, 1/8 is almost not noticeable, 1/2 is for a lot of occasions too strong(for certain Close ups of old woman it does work flattering).
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    While I'm not a fan of uncontrolled polarization something that came from the side effect of using a cheap variable ND filter. A pola filter would help cut down the harsh light unless you are after that look.

    I have a set of Black Pro-Mist, it help cut dut down the highlight and lift the shadow a touch. A contrast reducer with a bit of softening.
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    im running 1/4 black promist. Its great for indoors but for outdoors it diffuses too much on the skin sometimes. Looking at the satin 2 which from test footage online controls skin glare better.
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    Has anyone used stockings?

    Schneider True Net uses actual vintage stockings encased between the glass

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antithese View Post
    This is my first BMPCC4K footage with Sigma 18-35mm + Black Pro-Mist 1/2.

    I'm not sure which strength is best because I have only this one. But it help a lot to reduce sharpness for me.


    This is nice. The 1/2 was a bit 2 strong for me in the wide shot but its nice in the others.
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    This is my favorite so far: https://vimeo.com/293873211
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    Quote Originally Posted by polaroid22 View Post
    This is my favorite so far: https://vimeo.com/293873211
    Yes... How could I forget that one. I was blown away by this. My cam comes next week.
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