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  1. I know this subject always ignites some so apologies in advance. But I am genuinely thinking about moving from Mac back to PC after 15 years. I have been able run my photographic business including editing video just using a laptop. I have thought about getting a desktop machine for a little 4k editing that I do now, but that would seriously hinder my mobile work and lifestyle. The new MacBook Pro appears to offer little improvement over the 2013 model I am using at the moment. I keep looking at the new Dell XPS laptop which has a better processor, better graphic card, a better scre
  2. I have had a problem with this hack also with a similar outcome. This is the only hack that I have had a card incompatibility issue with and I'm using the Sandisk 95Mb/s ones. Can't say I have tried very many hacks but I have tried one or two of the demanding Driftwood ones. At the moment I'm using the LPowell Flowmotion and that is fine with these fast cards. Using Andrews 44Mb I did have a few problems, just putting another 95Mb card to save the footage on the previous, but still with the same outcome. When I then put a slower Sandisk card (30 I think) it did seem better
  3. There is an interesting series of tests on Vimeo confirming the best and worst bits of the D4 and Andrew you will appreciate the inclusion of the GH2 comparisons!! Check the 5 recent contributions. The last one made me smile. [url=http://vimeo.com/39133379]Nikon D4 test 1/5 : with 5D2 & GH2 -1[/url] [url=http://vimeo.com/39133500]Nikon D4 test 2/5 : with 5D2 & GH2 -2[/url] [url=http://vimeo.com/39133762]Nikon D4 test 3/5 : Crop Modes, 4:2:2 output[/url] [url=http://vimeo.com/39133897]Nikon D4 test 4/5 : HD Crop (2.7x) Only[/url] [url=http://vimeo.com/39134161]Nikon D4 test 5/
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