I prefer GH5 Hybrid Log Gamma in 4K. If you are on a limited budget I guess that is what you a stuck with.
I don't like the milky=foggy look. I can send him some lens cleaning tissue.Sony A6000, 1080p. I realize that Ken and Mark will not like the milky-foggy grading, I think it looks nice most of the time.
I started thinking about an A5100 - same sensor size. Yes, no mic input and very few controls, but it has flip-out screen for selfies, similar video quality to the A6000 above, and can be found for less than $300 used on Ebay, or $400 new, body only.
Yes, this is a budget camera nowadays. I researched it, like many Sony cameras of the recent years, it is prone to overheating, likewise the A5100.I prefer GH5 Hybrid Log Gamma in 4K. If you are on a limited budget I guess that is what you a stuck with.
DICK SMITH said:Adventurers who were actually going out and paying for their adventure by selling the film to a television station — it was just unique in those days. The cost of making the documentary was about twice what you could sell if for and that was ridiculous and I’d ask people “how does this work out?”, and they said “oh, that’s just documentary film-making”. I said, “hold on, the Leyland Brothers are making a fortune, it’s obvious”. And that’s why I went and asked the Leyland Brothers “how do you do it?”, and they told me they used Super 8 film, they were doing it almost home movie style, which everyone loved, there was a charm to it, and it meant they could make really good money out of it.
304K +260K views for THIS? I am scratching my head too.
https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/01/youtube-raises-subscriber-view-threshold-for-partner-program-monetization/After a tumultuous 2017, YouTube is making yet another change to its guidelines surrounding channel monetization and advertiser approval. In posts to its Advertiser and Creator blogs, YouTube details how it's changing the threshold for monetization through its YouTube Partner Program (YPP), from 10,000 lifetime views to 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within the past 12 months. That means that small creators who already passed the previous 10,000 lifetime view milestone, but not the new goals, will be removed from the YouTube Partner Program starting February 20 and will be unable to monetize their videos in that manner.
Ungermann,Everything from early digicams to GL2 to Canon 5D to Canon C300 to Sony PMW-X70 but again the equipment is not important. I watched this movie, and I think it has earned all the accolades you can read about it.
How much were you getting, $100 a year? Meh. You cannot live on this. Should be at least - at least - $3K/mo to leave the day job. so far I have 470 subscribers and about 2100 hours for the last 12 months. So... YouTube's limits are reasonable, I'd say. They probably spent more money processing and sending all those $100 checks than they were getting from advertisers. My local library abandoned late fees, because they figured it was costing them more to keep the staff and software and the office to charge people than they were getting from the fees. As a result, people keep books for longer, I could not get a book I wanted so had to buy one.I only have 660 subscribers and need 340 more to make money like I did back in 2010 before the rule change.