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  1. If you put those people who bought BMW/Mercedes into kia/hyundai it would be something like 1.4 satisfaction :). Satisfaction is highly correlated with expectation.
  2. I expect nothing interesting from Sony, so it will be easy to go beyond my expectations..
  3. Is this Nikon's RAW format compatible with DaVinci Resolve?
  4. It is not fullframe 60p. It is 1.5 crop 60p, like Fuji xt3.
  5. I lika it: (from mirrorlessrumors.com) Recording file format MP4: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Audio format: LPCM (2ch 48kHz/16-bit), AAC (2ch)), MP4 HEVC: H.265/HEVC (Audio format: AAC (2ch)) AVCHD Progressive (Audio format: Dolby Audio (2ch)), AVCHD (Audio format: Dolby Audio (2ch)) MP4 [4K] 3840×2160: 59.94p, 150Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (LPCM) 29.97p, 100Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (AAC) 23.98p, 100Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (AAC) [FHD] 1920×1080: 59.94p, 28Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (AAC) 29.97p, 20Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (AAC) MP4 HEVC [4K] 3840×2160: 29.97p, 72Mbps (4:2:0 10-bit LongGOP) (AAC) (HEVC, HLG recording) 23.98p, 72Mbps (4:2:0 10-bit LongGOP) (AAC) (HEVC, HLG recording) AVCHD Progressive [FHD] 1920×1080: 59.94p, 28Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (Dolby Audio) 59.94i, 24Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (Dolby Audio) (Sensor output is 29.97fps) 59.94i, 17Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (Dolby Audio) (Sensor output is 59.94fps) 23.98p, 24Mbps (4:2:0 8-bit LongGOP) (Dolby Audio) MP4 (High speed video) [4K] 3840×2160: 29.97p (Sensor output is 60fps) 23.98p (Sensor output is 48fps) [FHD] 1920×1080: 29.97p (Sensor output is 180fps / 150fps)
  6. Come back to Earth Andrew :), eoshd forum will be dead since September, everybody will be just filming.. Better prepare and move the site to BMusers.com when there is still time.
  7. This forum topic is like live chat - beeping constantly with new replies..
  8. I'm speechless.. This is the end of my interest in gear...
  9. Better looking image: 43rumors source is instagram post: https://www.instagram.com/p/BhVrNQIjDP-/?taken-by=nyachan9 the author (https://www.instagram.com/nyachan9/) confirms: - 4k 60p internal, external raw - Super 16 sensor - flip screen
  10. There are E-mount versions of fantastic, cheap Samyang primes (also in cine-like versions).
  11. I'm using sometimes nd graduated filters if not moving the camera (or sometimes on slider, when the movement is not changing light area borders). When you can use it, the results are amazing (at least for an amateur, like me): no problem to get +3 stops of dynamic range. When the grad is not too hard, the border is not easy to spot even if it does not fit so well to the scene. Additionally, polarizing filter helps a little.
  12. @metoo , but on the wide side. My only lens now - FF 35mm/1.4 would be 18mm/0.7 on m4/3.. and it was soo cheap..
  13. Yes (there is also related law of artistic performance if he is not the composer), completely free (in so called "public domain"). But it is very complex with lot of nuances and you never know if somebody will not accuse you (co-author, text author, different publisher...), unless you buy (with personal license) and record a music directly from an artist. And when you buy Royalty Free License, it should cover both rights, but you never know if somebody didn't make a mistake.. Most safe is to assume, that the right of the recording is covered correctly and the other part check twice or choose something free in this regard - if you publish in internet without geo-blocking, it is wise to use most restricted law (US and EU countries signed the same international regulations, so the law is similar with longest time from death I have seen was 70 years. Don't know about other countries).
  14. https://www.audioblocks.com/ Royalty Free stock music. Not best quality, but very nice and very affordable. Most safe are tracks of composers who died over 70 years ago which automatically release some of their family right. They have free 7 day trial (download 20 tracks per day for free and keep forever) and many discounts (~ 100$ per year of access). When I published something on Youtube and automatically got claim for music right - I presented License from Audioblocks and direct link to audio file - claim was released.
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