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Best interior lens X5

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 304HighDrone, Aug 21, 2016.

  1. 304HighDrone

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    Whats the best lens for the Zenmuse x5 for interior real estate videos using the Osmo?

    Thanks!
     
  2. DennisR

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    if you are doing cheap work it might be ok but the X5 is nowhere up to indoor footage in any form. Use a tripod with slider. The seasick look is for really cheap looking videos only.
     
  3. Dobmatt

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    The widest and sharpest will be Olympus 12mm, next below 12mm will be Panasonic Lumix G 9mm Fisheye but I'm not sure if this effect is good for the job. Whatever, you will have to practice the "ninja walk" ...
     
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  4. AtlanticAerialworX

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    We use the x5 inside and out and this is the final product

     
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  5. 304HighDrone

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    Nice work! Which X5 lens are you using? How to you keep the Osmo that sturdy? You walking with it?
     
  6. AtlanticAerialworX

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    Thank you! 12mm. A slider is what we use.
     
  7. Dobmatt

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    Yes, slider seems to be a must for this kind of work. But than why bother with limitations of 12mm Oly and X5 on Osmo, and not to use any decent DSLR with suitable wide angle lens for interior shots?
     
  8. AtlanticAerialworX

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    We sometimes incorporate free movement with walkthroughs. Using same camera requires no color grading to match another camera's look this way.
     
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