Alright so I've been curious about this for awhile. Here it goes.
In the videos below, you'll see these people are getting super clear, detailed, amazing looking footage. It doesn't even take forever to load.
Video 1 is shot on a GH3/metabones speedbooster/sigma 18-35.
Video 2 is shot on a GH4/metabones speedbooster/sigma 18-35 (shot in 4K but downscaled to 1080p nonetheless)
I personally use a GH4/metabones speedbooster/sigma 18-35 and I'm convinced my footage has never looked anything like this.
So what is it that these people are doing differently? I understand that lenses have a sweet spot aperture. Are they just hitting the sweet spot in every shot? Does it have to do with the way they're exporting? Is it because the videos don't have a lot of motion?
Basically, how the F do these videos look so damn clear?