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Lets Discuss, where the GH3 Falls Short

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yeah, when the aliasing is as uniform and pixelated as that, you can almost guaranty that it was added in the encoding/transcoding/decoding stage. Even if the person had upscaled it, the software would most likely try to smooth and interpolate the data.

I don't want to derail this conversation but I noticed something weird the other day. I used log and capture in FinalCut Pro X to grab some files from my card. Usually I transcode outside of FinalCut so normally I don't do this. The files that came in had horrible aliasing similar to this but the ones I brought in through import were fine. Has anyone ever noticed this before?

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[quote name='kirk' timestamp='1352097199' post='21038']
Amusing to see you critisize people who judge the GH3 from preproduction footage with no hands on experience, while declaring the BMCC your favorite before getting one :lol:
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Are you serious? there is no comparison between the two cameras. I will own both, and yeah, I already know which will be my workhorse.

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[quote name='gravitatemediagroup' timestamp='1352264499' post='21213']
Are you serious? there is no comparison between the two cameras. I will own both, and yeah, I already know which will be my workhorse.
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Man, you need clearer glasses... I wasn't comparing any cameras, just being bemused over your inconsistency... And I'm never serious -_-

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