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  2. I never lost files not even with the first firmware. Looking on the external sdd the files where always there and useable when the battery ran out of juice.
  3. @Andrew Reid your 3.5K Magic Lantern Raw Guide is excellent. It’s well written and easy to understand. Although the 3.5K is pretty amazing, I’m most impressed with the 1080p 14bit lossless! Not only are the smaller, file sizes a Godsend, it seems the image is sharper and cleaner in the shadows than uncompressed 14bit! Is this just in my head? Thanks for supplying these guides, I don’t think you get enough credit for them... they’re priceless!!!
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  5. I tend to shoot chronologically and “edit” in camera, so can you set up a custom setting where you have “C2” set for 60p on the 2nd card slot while you have 24p set to “C1” on the 1st card slot?
  6. Thanks. Tried searching on here and didn't see these.
  7. Hey friends, I’m on the hunt for either one of the Bolex and have the cash available to pay the market price for a great copy. Please contact me if you would like to sell. Thanks!
  8. I think it's a large on set monitor with internal recording to two drives at a time. That can also be used as a grading monitor.
  9. @thephoenix >> Just curious - what Canon body do you have? Mine was a 70D for any auto-focus-style work (which I sold to fund the X-T3). I was really surprised to read your experience, since mine was just the opposite — same lenses had wildly different performance on the Canon vs the Fuji body for me.
  10. A 100mp X-Tran sensor would require some serious processing power, especially if Samsung also implements low light stacking.
  11. So Atomos is apparently announcing "BIG NEWS" at this show. I wonder if this is connected to the Panasonic announcement? That's spell check for you. Until it gets "smart", it will continue to make us look like idiots 🤔... And once it gets smart it will try to take over the world😱
  12. Isn't this going to be the camera Panasonic said in October they were going to start producing? "The Japanese electronics company revealed the organic sensor to the world in February this year, but has now announced that it will begin production on a camera system capable of shooting 8K video. Currently called the AK-SHB 810, it will be the world’s first camera to incorporate an organic sensor and, according to Panasonic, will be a compact, box-type, multipurpose camera" here Techradar.
  13. Actually Samsung had some very interesting pixel setup for it's new Dynamic AMOLED screen. I was noticing that it's new screen has a new diamond shape similar to CFAs on specialised filter cameras such as Fuji and others. Though the sizes of various colour pixels different in both (for the screen and for the imaging sensor CFA) majorly, because of the much greater pixel size and much lower pixel count for the screens. Here is a bit of the explanation for the screen pixel layout: "First of all, the Red, Green, and Blue sub-pixels have very different sizes – Blue is by far the largest because it has the lowest light emission efficiency, and Green is by far the smallest because it has the highest efficiency. The alternating Red and Blue sub-pixel arrangement leads to a 45 degree diagonal symmetry in the sub-pixel layout. This allows vertical, horizontal, and particularly diagonal line segments and vectors to be drawn with reduced aliasing and artifacts. In order to maximize the sub-pixel packing and achieve the highest possible pixels per inch (ppi), that leads to diamond rather than square or stripe shaped Red and Blue sub-pixels. But not for the Green sub-pixels, which are oval shaped because they are squeezed between two much larger and different sized Red and Blue sub-pixels. It’s a form of high-tech display art…" http://www.displaymate.com/Diamond_47S.html More than anything, the 100MP camera could have seriously issue with cross talk and colour pixel aliasing, if it didn't have a specialised CFA. The XTrans sensor attempts to deal with that and detail preservation. Hopefully they have a photographic imaging sensor monster, along with much improved algorithms. Any ides on when this 100MP sensor will release @androidlad ?
  14. Heh. Good way to put it, actually.
  15. Not sure if it will be. For the price I'm not that fussed, I can't see a better option right now anyway.
  16. I would not say IBIS is a must have... they might have advanced EIS... like Hypersmooth or Rocksteady. It might be AI enhanced? The words "Game Changing" lend me to believe there must be some truly revolutionary features. It's quiet intriguing. With this much buildup there had better be something ground-breaking included. Im not sure about the latest claim @TheRealOG made? I've seen too many post about things with anonymous sources that don't pan out... but if true... we might be in for a real surprise.
  17. depends on lense af and motors. it is pretty good on my tamron 24-70 and my 28mm 2.8. i mean when i compare to the same lenses on a canon body. i also have canon 85mm 1.4 but didn't tried it yet on the fuji to me the problem is not the adapter but the lense's af itself.
  18. I agree, two models would be good, if the lock mechanism isn't possible. If they take it out, it's an instant no-buy for me.
  19. Partly in return for Fuji's material science contribution to ISOcell sensors perhaps?
  20. So this is the paid update then? H.264 MP4 4K 25/30p 150Mbps (4:2:2 10-bit, Long-GOP, LPCM) H.264 MP4 4K 24p 150Mbps (4:2:2 10-bit, Long-GOP, LPCM) H.264 MP4 FHD 50/60p 100Mbps (4:2:2 10-bit, Long-GOP, LPCM) H.264 MP4 FHD 25/30p 100Mbps (4:2:2 10-bit, Long-GOP, LPCM) H.264 MP4 FHD 24p 100Mbps (4:2:2 10-bit, Long-GOP, LPCM)
  21. Well at least the firmware update will fix the audio codec. You're never going to get the best audio quality through internal pre-amps anyway, always better to use an external device. The audio circuit inside a camera has a lot of other noise from electronics and heat to deal with. I think Panasonic are holding a few things back from the $2k S1, for obvious Cinema Lumix related reasons! That camera might be $4k or even $6k though, so at least you are saving some money by going with the S1 and it's minimally crippled video feature set. It's far from an EOS R. No crop, anamorphic aspect ratios, great codec, internal 10bit, soon to be 4:2:2, high bitrates, 4K/60p Super 35, hardly lacking for a stills camera is it?
  22. It's in the name, "studio". That's were it makes sense to have the option of a small camera hooked up to the mixer. Other uses is when it needs to be in frame, webbinars, anything really. It's just the imagination that sets the limit.
  23. Actually it does have 60p. Actually I got confused too !!! I wrongly assumed at first the micro 4k had an internal SD recording like its cheaper brother... I don't understand what BM did there, what's the point of making such a compact camera if you can't use it in its smallest form ? I almost made a mistake here ! So final choice is the BMPCC4k
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