In today’s video we’re talking about depth of field on micro four thirds sensors. People have said you can’t get shallow depth of field on micro four thirds sensors, that full frame and large format give you more – in many cases that is true. Yet, with the advancements made on speedboosters and very fast native micro four thirds lenses we can get very good depth of field using cameras like the bmpcc 4k and gh5.

I’ve provided a few test shots for you guys using the SLR Magic 25mm APO Microprime T2.1, a great option for anyone getting into the world of cinematography without having to fork over $10,000 for a singe lens. Also in the test footage is the Sigma 18-35 F1.8 with a Viltrox 0.71x speedbooster, at F1.8 and F1.4 to get some variation. We also compare the SLR Magic 25mm Microprime T1.5 for MFT and the Sigma 18-35 without a speedbooster to show the variance in depth of field.

Test #1 @3:53 Minutes
Test #2 @8:16 Minutes
Test #3 @11:30 Minutes

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