None of the C-modes in use. I dial to M instead (for video):
ISO based on the need to correctly expose
f-stop based on the needed in-focus area and to properly expose
ND filter as needed
- Cinema with default settings or possibly contrast a bit reduced or
- Technicolor with contrast set to middle or one below middle, and the reduced saturation dialed in the middle or
- Sometimes neutral with different settings (in contrast for example) or
- Depending on situation and how I can properly expose on each style
- I don't keep the "super flat" technicolor super flat if it will not properly expose that way (histogram peaking in the middle and nothing on the bottom and top ends helps no-one but just causes block artifacts, aim is always to properly expose and use all the bits there are).
To shoot stills, I increase the shutter speed as 1/50 is a bit too slow and adjust other values accordingly.
Because I shoot always RAW, I don't need to go to change the picture style back to a less flat style than I use for video as for RAW it does not matter.
I shoot the stills almost with identical settings than the video because I don't have time to switch mode (even with the C-dial). Sometimes I shoot stills with the 1/50 shutter and don't care that the motion blur will be extreme.