NB: Repost from old version of my website
In the beginning of 2019, I spent a couple of cold winter mornings and afternoons exploring Kalvebod Fælled, a large common close to my home.
I gave myself the challenge to shoot a little video with a minimal kit: My Panasonic GH5, a 12-60mm f2.8-f4 lens, a Syrp Variable ND filter, a small Manfrotto table top tripod and a Cam Caddie.
It all worked well: Stabilization on the GH5 was awesome – it was at times very windy at Kalvebod Fælled, and the tripod and Cam Caddie provided enough support for making relatively smooth footage.
One thing wasn’t good, though: The Syrp ND Filter had some severe issues with oddly colored spots and faded colors, especially in backlighting situations.
Essentially, the footage looked better when stopped down to a very high f-number as compared to when using the ND-filter, and I had to spend a bit of time correcting the colors with filter masks.
Anyways, have a look at the short video of Kalvebod Fælled in Winter;-)