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adintermedia says

Pretty pretty good. congrats

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adintermedia says
You’re right you can avoid that by turning the aperture up to the value where it stops. I experienced that when using this lens: http://www.nikon.de/de_DE/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/zoom/af-s-nikkor-28-300mm-f-3-5-5-6g-ed-vr

Sadly we just noticed the flickering when watching the footage later on a big monitor and as you can imagine it doesn’t make footage look more professional :), which was why we had to re-record a lot of the shots.

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adintermedia says
@felt_tips sorry for being unclear. i was talking about lenses that don’t change their aperture when zooming. For example this Nikon AF-S DX 18 -55 3.5-5.6G lens DOES change the aperture when zooming which will change the light hitting the sensor as you wrote and which may cause flickering.

Concerning Prime lenses i had the performance/price point for a single one in mind.

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adintermedia says

@felt_tips i was talking about prime lenses (which do great for the price) and lenses like this: http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/24-70mm.htm which have a fixed aperture, haven’t they?

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adintermedia says

@effekt_studio I would try to buy lenses with fixed aperture to avoid any flickering issues when changing the focal length.

@cyzer probably panasonic AG-AF101E or sony fs-100 which have quite big sensors and interchangeable lenses.

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adintermedia says

Congrats! Great file :)

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adintermedia says

Looks very cool! Probably even better with a template for the trailer from videohive :)

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adintermedia says

Great Job! Thanks so much for making the handling of those emails a lot easier. i appreciate it :)

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adintermedia says

Great insight, i always appreciate it, collis. also glad to hear videohive is growing :)

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adintermedia says

thanks. @felt_tips you’re right. that’s my comfort zone :)

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