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  1. Oh you mean that. Basically it's a "6K" HVEC video in 3:2 format?
  2. Where is it exactly? Never heard the S5 could do that. Anyway am I the only very confused with the recording formats? We can choose between MP4 and MOV (why?), then inside each container some options are with h265 some are h264 (why?) with no way of knowing what to expect.
  3. Sorry if my question wasn't clear. Considering the price of the L-mount native lenses I was wondering if I could get away with cheaper Canon/Nikon mount lenses + adapter to keep the costs down. Apparently this should be possible but with many limitations. Even the Sigma adapter has a limited selection of lenses compatible. I have a Tokina 11-16 ATX PRO Nikon F mount, I can forget about using AF-S with the S5?
  4. Thanks, has anyone tried any electronic EF o Nikon adapter to see how they work with autofocus? To see if this method can replace the expensive native L mount lenses...
  5. I'm not sure if they make adapters that also support OIS from other lenses, in this case will 6.5 stops work? So even dummy adapter make ibis work? well lenses in general... I remember in the old days Canon need an electronic pin to tell the camera a lens was mounted,
  6. Hello, do you need a special adapter to make ibis work with vintage lenses? Also I have the Tokina 11-16 on a Nikon mount and AF, is there a way to make it work?
  7. Thanks, however I can't find a reliable source to see how much better is the S5 at high iso compared to the X-T4. I see people say that x-t4 can't do more than 3200 until there's an unusable noise, what about the S5? Does it perform like the A7III? Like this video? ?
  8. Hello I'm back again and definitely ready to buy a new camera now. Almost 2 years have passed so I'm starting with different cameras to choose from. First of all I'd would like to say I don't make money with cameras or plan to, this is a just a hobby. Based on this https://www.eoshd.com/news/a-review-of-the-year-2020-by-andrew-reid/ I'm debating between the Panasonic S5 e Fuji X-T4. I'm a sucker for low light video which the NX1 definitely was a failure at and I always dreamed of a Sony but Jesus is the A7S III is way too expensive for me I have a few manual Niko
  9. What exactly did you criticize on their forum?
  10. Hey! Yeah, I have nothing against GoPro. It's just that for my needs a new GoPro is out of my budget. Also I read everywhere that the Hero7B is seriously bugged where you can lose footage too often. That's not cool :)
  11. Since we're here, is it possible to set a manual shutter speed with automatic ISO?
  12. I read GoPro with their monopoly position are just crippling and releasing "new" cameras with an awful software full of bugs. I don't like that.
  13. I would be interested, where do you sell it?
  14. Is this a particular reason why you linked this? I mean did you try it? Seems worse than the Brave 6 Plus. That is more expensive than GoPro
  15. Hello I'm not sure if you guys have any experience with these cameras (I don't!) but I would like to record "relaxing" videos of my bicycle rides and I was wondering if there's something cheaper than GoPro/DJI for this kind of content. Something similar to this guy My requirements: - good 1080p30/60 or 4k30p - awesome IS, I want to put it on the handlebar - possibility to add an ext stereo mic Size is not that important, I won't be using on my chest or to record extreme bike rides. Just relaxing slow rides on asphalt or trails. The only cheap camera that I found
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