Still there are some subtle differences in broadcast cams – so presented are the 30 of them here.Notice there are slight variances in angle, steepness, and zoom.We have been developing a completely new Jmeeting client, one that is a native app and no longer requires Java.
Be sure that in your configurations you have M (for manual) set in EXPOSURE MODE on the MOTION PICTURE menu (must have dial on top set to MOVIE to access this).
If you have S (for shutter priority auto) set, then the camera will not allow you access to specific apertures as the exposure system tries to select this.
I shoot moving from a motorcycle mostly in bright sun, the matte would be problematic with all the wind - really I'm looking at how / if I can control in-cam. TXSo far I haven't used or even tried any "adapted" lenses on my GH2's, I use Lumix and Zuiko m4/3rds optics although I still have several EOS lenses.
I've got a hunch your problems may stem from the adapter, and although it may have it's own iris I'm not sure it "communicates" in any way with the camera.
2nd item I would look at is, do you have CONSTANT PREVUE and EXPO. I would appreciate some feedback on whether or not this helps you, I'm currently writing an article on manual exposure with the GH2 in video mode and your response would be helpful.
The latest installment in Acclaim's genre-defining baseball series is packed with exclusive feature innovations and online head-to-head play plus a much deeper franchise mode than ever before.Though there is less a sense of adjustment compared to playing with the variety of MLB cameras it can still provide a different feel – certainly noticeable when going from Phoenix to Denver for instance.This is also a chance to see the differences in arena lighting.Where can you view the players current stamina/energy levels during the game or timeouts?The only way I can find is to leave the game to the main menu and view 'game plan' which is very clumsy.We realized a long time ago that Java was turning into a dead end as far as client software goes.