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    • Canon to NX intelligent adapter: crowfunding?
      Yes, but speedbooster at least in my own findings only useful for MFT etc, APS-C already have a ton of lenses out there, of course speedbooster would be great if you own old 35mm SLR lenses, we just need a Canon and hopefully Nikon mount that is electrically compatible at least with stabiliser and aperture changing, the autofocus is not as important as those are already hard to get working to begin with.
    • Canon 1D X Mark II high ISO and colour performance worse than predecessor
      NX1 is not maybe king of lowlight in video but in photo mode (in terms of exposure latitude) it is better than lot of FF cameras - 1DXmkII included. BTW - it is still little bit less noisier than A6300. See below...   Sadly it does not related to video mode. http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/image-comparison/fullscreen?attr144_0=canon_eos1dxii&attr144_1=samsung_nx1&attr144_2=canon_eos5dsr&attr144_3=sony_a6300&attr146_0=100_6&attr146_1=100_6&attr146_2=100_6&attr146_3=100_6&attr177_3=off&normalization=compare&widget=288&x=0.9085083569851782&y=-0.11793473149628521
    • Adobe Premiere Pro 2015.3 update available now
      I don't know what is MPC-HC, I'll have to check that out. Yes, please let know what you experience. There has to be a way we can export to DNxHR, it's pointless for having it in Premiere if it won't work as intended. Also I'm using a PC on Windows 10, if that matters.
    • PANASONIC G7 ATOMOS NINJA ASSASSIN 4K
      It's r709. The sRGB item in the menu refers to jpegs.
    • 1080 vs. 4K: What is REALLY necessary?
      Yeah, I shoot properly in camera and don't need my photos to look crazy, so raw isn't an advantage. Still "better" I guess, if I could ever figure it out, but overkill? Hell yeah. If this discussion has some people raving about raw and great work to show as proof, and some people showing off their stunning gh4/nx1 videos, and Kendy Ty just killin it, as usual, I guess we all win. Cuz we better be talking about the end product. Otherwise this is all silly. In fact, if you can get a great image out of a compressed 4k camera, that probably would have a slight edge over a 1080p raw camera for the final image. Sometimes 5diii raw doesn't look insanely detailed, and that's not something you can skill out of the camera