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    • DJI just slaughtered GoPro with Mavic
      +1 Emanuel! Plus, just to conclude my thinking, whenĀ I started working, late 90's, everyone was concentraded on his trade, be it sound, be itĀ camera, whatever, and we were investing accordingly. Today, things are getting cheaper, but the market requires, for even a very low budget production, a 800$ wedding let's say, or a 700$ small shop FB video, an interchangable lens camera, couple of lens, few OK led lights, whatever can do for sound, an action cam, a drone, a slider, a few more things (tripod/monopod/bags/batteries/cables/hard drives/computational power/editing amd pp software/memory cards/monitor/etch) and the budget is not adequate for another person to come help. Sorry for ranting, just some thoughts while preparing my bags for such a project!
    • DJI just slaughtered GoPro with Mavic
      They're both pretty shitty. Yeah DJI is softer. I mean this is entry level aerial equipment. I don't think anyone is counting on this to replace drones with a RED attached to it.
    • 1DX Mk II video
      He was talking about details and details only. So if you're top priority is details for some reason, the real world results will show the same. The 1DXMKII is considerably softer. This is just a fact, no need to defend the 1DXII, as it obviously outperforms the A6300 in many other ways.
    • DJI just slaughtered GoPro with Mavic
      Andrew, your forum softwareĀ should let us for multiple 'push the like button'... ;-) There is... Interested people in such drone ready to fly, send me a private message... I guess me and my team we'll be able to supply to youĀ one of those birds very soon :-)
    • The 4K Fuji X-T2 is here
      Out of curiosity, what type of screens are you using. Do they have automatic switch between Hz?

      Just wondering because I only see a problem when using a screen at work that is locked at 60Hz. Most screens as you know can switch back and fourth.
      But in the past its happened more than once that someone from an NTSC land says there is "frame drops" in videos that Ive uploaded in 25p. When asked to check on a smartphone or other screen they report that the issue is gone. I suspect the clip above is made in PAL and it looks fine on my screens, accept my 60Hz only Synkmaster.