|Date Filmed||2022-06-19 - 2022-09-11|
|Date Uploaded||2022-09-11 12:29:40 UTC|
|Date Released||2022-09-21 07:55:00 UTC|
|Location(s)||Richmond, VIC and Bulburin, QLD|
|Notable Equipment||Nikon D40|
|Camera(s) Used||2x GoPro Hero 8, Nikon Z Fc with 18-200 DX VR II on FTZ and TTArtisan 17mm f/1.4|
|Software Used||Final Cut Pro|
|Subscribers when released||301|
Headed to Bulburin National Park with only the Z Fc and no GoPros. Tried to make it work, and I think I succeded.
Really should have given the kit lens a go on the Z Fc, but thought the weight of the 18-200 would keep things more stable. I was wrong.
It’s more a review of the Z Fc, than a look around Bulburin.
I’ve used the Nikon Z Fc for a few shots in the videos that have been produced so far, but as promised, here’s a more in depth look at it. What lens should you use for video? Is the FTZ any good? Can a US$100 TTArtisan 17mm f/1.4 lens really be any good? How would it compare to Kubrick’s legendary f/0.7 Zeiss ex-NASA lens?
While answering these questions, we do a lap of Bulburin National Park to test things out. It’s a large section of largely untouched subtropical rainforest, but there’s not a lot there besides a few camp spots and a nice drive - still making it worth a visit.