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    Here's the Komodo beach footage that the previously posted stills are from.

    Fitness Model Stine Brenden on the beach at Sand Bridge.

    Komodo 5k @ 48fps. Sigma 18-35, Formatt 1.8 IRND, IPP2 medium/very soft

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    Hey Curtis-

    Thanks for posting this! Any idea what's happening in the bottom left of the frame in the first few seconds? The fence/railing looks like
    it has a little shudder to it. Did you stabilize that shot in post? Just curious.. Thanks!
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    Looks really good, but also noticed what Daniel is talking about. I'm guessing there's some post tweaking going on there or possible Vimeo compression weirdness. Outside of that, this looks pretty phenomenal for 4K streaming from Vimeo. Nicely done!
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    That pic quality should help ease some concerns and silence some naysayers. Komodo is a RED camera period!
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    Thanks for sharing Curtis! Curious to hear how you rigged the camera, especially curious how you held it to give it a handheld but not too shaky feel?
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    Gorgeous footage Crutis!
    Thanks for sharing!!!

    Yes, I noticed that too.
    Could be many things. May just as well be a wobbly bit of the fence thats shaking too much from the wind, some post stabilisation gone wrong, or Vimeo, pure and simple.
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    You guys look too close, :-)

    yes that one shot w the railing i was playing w stabilization in resolve.
    Just tried it on that one clip.

    Rest was just hand held at 48fps.
    Only rig on camera was a top handle w BM5 5” 2200 nit monitor.

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    for a Marriott resort project. So far that is a killer combo for smooth stuff.
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    Great stuff, Curtis-- thanks for sharing.
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    Gorgeous images. Thank you for sharing them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Helms View Post
    Thanks for sharing Curtis! Curious to hear how you rigged the camera, especially curious how you held it to give it a handheld but not too shaky feel?
    I just used a top handle and left hand under camera and focus. 48fps helps make it look smoother.

    Plus I shoot a TON of hand held.

    Here's a fashion piece, I shoot all of their stuff and it's all hand held on Helium w just a side handle, still version of the lens, pull my own focus.

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