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Andrew Reid

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    Andrew Reid - Filmmaker - Editor EOSHD

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  1. It's out there! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/afx-autofocus-adapter#/ https://www.eoshd.com/news/exclusive-cda-tek-announces-afx-module-for-lidar-autofocus-featuring-tilta-nucleus-motor-drive-and-blackmagic-pocket-cinema-camera-compatibility/ Congratulations to @BTM_Pix It looks superb and the example shot is silky smooth and natural looking.
  2. I really enjoyed doing this. Cheers Dave... We should do another one some day, and bring a third guest on.
  3. No it's the 12 Pro Max that has the most improved camera and 5 axis IBIS The 12 Pro and standard 12 are just very incremental improvements with small sensors.
  4. I sat down with my friend Dave Maze for a podcast recently. We talk about the origin of EOSHD 10 years ago, and the start of the DSLR video revolution, my filmmaking adventure in Berlin, recent controversies and edgy camera opinions. Big thanks to Dave for taking the time to let me ramble and for listing to my waffling! https://www.eoshd.com/news/eoshd-on-the-golden-hour-podcast-with-dave-maze-in-depth-interview/
  5. Yes. It should appear when you click theme right at the foot of the page
  6. Erm. This is entirely wrong I'm afraid. 1/1.7" on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The S20 Ultra has a larger sensor but it is pixel binned and frankly looks pretty dire compared to the closest Android rivals like Huawei P40 Pro and Mi 10 Pro (which uses the same sensor but pixel bins to a higher resolution 25MP with superior image processing and better quality 8K video).
  7. It means they are coronavirus super spreaders.
  8. The 2 year wait for it shapes expectations as well.
  9. I believe it is all 8bit internal, the 10bit is still reserved only for HDMI output. So no internal 10bit codec. It's one of the laziest half hearted re-releases I've ever witnessed. Sony going to be outselling them 10 to 1 at this rate.
  10. Pretty amazing https://www.eoshd.com/news/iphone-12-pro-max-marches-into-enthusiast-and-pro-photography-territory-with-new-apple-proraw-lidar-dolby-vision-and-large-sensor/
  11. Also... For me a 'chunky' file is measured in the difference between, and the range, in just a single hue. Mashed colours with poor tonality scream 'thin' digital file to me.
  12. In my opinion tonality trumps dynamic range. You can have very high dynamic range but if the tonality and colour is lacking you get the 'thin' digital low-bit-depth look. A lot of smartphones have it in their HDR modes. Some of the old CCD sensors produce lovely "thick" files but don't have anywhere near 12 stops dynamic range, not even 11 stops. And yeah, Digital Bolex was a good example. You can compare it to the claimed '15 stops' Sony S-LOG and it looks much deeper, more exotic, thicker, more filmic, more organic, despite having noisy shadows and clipped highlights.
  13. Ah don't need the explanation after all. Better remember to log out of your shill account before posting with your main account next time @Hangs4Fun
  14. Forum rules: 2. Please do not promote your own products without OK-ing this with me first, especially ones which compete with my own at EOSHD. This includes camera guides, colour profiles, LUTs and alternative blogs or forums. If an account is setup for the main purposes of selling LUTs for example, this is not OK and you must clear this with me first. 5. Please do not regularly bump your own topics 8. Any account set up for product advertising purposes or spam will be deleted instantly. This can include representatives from camera or accessories companies, who use the forum to
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