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    • I just got a brand new 1dx Mark II, I’m using a SanDisk cf card, not a cfast card. I recorded a lot of 4K footage, and about half of it came back corrupted - I could view it in the camera, but not on the computer. Anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? Can I get the footage repaired? I can’t find anyone else who has had this problem so far. 
    • When you say stopped, do you mean, the camera stops recording, and you have to start it again? I don't see this happening with mine under 2.0 firmware. I shot outside the otherday, left it to record until the card filled up.
      I used an Atomos Video PowerStation for batteries, was wanting to test these as well...

      -rw-r--r-- 1 buggz None 103015799404 Oct 15 15:01 PANA7291.MP4
      Duration: 1 h 10 min 59 s
      -rw-r--r-- 1 buggz None 103013830430 Oct 15 16:12 PANA7292.MP4
      Duration: 1 h 10 min 59 s
      -rw-r--r-- 1 buggz None  45268160848 Oct 15 16:43 PANA7293.MP4
      Duration: 31 min 11 s
      2 hours 53 mins 9 s

      Seems the file rolls over, but the camera did not stop recording, that is, until the card was full.
      This was 6k anamorphic, not much movement outside that day, when you want the wind, etc, there is none.
      This is an Adata V90 256GB I got from Amazon.

      I would not even attempt to edit such a file size, you'd have to cut them using ffmpeg, or something else...


                     
    • I never looked at Canon before so don't really know their value.    Auckland Panasonic GH5, use it for video of course (also got job doing full time video production, they use canon cinema cameras)   Yeah FS5 and A7S color is not that great( I had them both), A6300 and A7RII I used to have definitely have improved colour scene.
    • @CanonTheBarbarian The sensor is supposedly being made by a company called Jazztower, or something similar (and somehow silly!). It is a multinational company with fabs in 2 or 3 continents, and a big percentage belongs to Panasonic, and they are having a new facility in China (for the very first time, they used to have very specialized labs/fans in America and Israel). So you can add Panasonic to the impressive companies too, even though Panasonic takes most of their sensors from Sony. Then there is JVC that owns and operate sensor manufacturing fabs (like for the JVC LS300). Fuji, that you so much admire - I do too - takes their sensors from Sony. Business wise, too much dependency from Sony, is a clear disadvantage for the other companies, but it is a completely different division under the Sony Corporation umbrella, and - supposedly - the sensor division can make a sensor under Nikon (or who ever) guideline, and the camera division will never learn. At least that is what Sony says! In anyway, sensor wise, things are quite complicated, at one point a year or two ago, Sony controlled the vast majority of sensor making in the world, now there are new players and more investments happening. All in all, this is a great camera, just waiting for the mirrorless now!
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