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  1. One of the core questions I have in mind for all of these gimbal options: Nearly all of them feature the ability to program various kinds of motion time-lapse, either through a phone app or directly on the gimbal itself. The BMPCC 4K has time-lapse capability built in, but since none of the gimbals are going to be able to connect to/communicate with the camera directly … which of the gimbals can still be programmed for slow, time-lapse-style pans and tilts while not actually being connected to a camera? If any of you are in possession of one of these gimbals, and can give us a
  2. The 7D has a loooong way to go before it's actually useable as a reliable, or even viable raw production camera.   I can't advise you what to do, but I do have a 7D, a BMCC EF that I love, and my Pocket camera arrives Monday.    You can draw your own conclusions... :)
  3. Hey, pulp_writer - many thanks for these tests. I have both the Som Berthoit 17-85mm and the 17.5-70mm, and this is the first indication I've had of how they might perform.    I've gambled and picked up a range of lenses early - Som Berthiot zooms and more practically, Kern-Paillard Switar primes - in hope of beating the inevitable rush. The real time to do this was right when the M4/3 format was announced - if only! - but I still saved quite a bit over where these lenses are now, and where they'll be going after the BMPC hits the streets.   I'm going to stay on the lookout
  4. He reversed himself in a subsequent tweet. [color=#373A3C][font=Helvetica][size=4]"I take it back the raw workflow in davinci light is actually not bad for black magic camera. Even on my retina. [color=#979a9e]#workable[/color] [color=#979a9e]#fb"[/color][/size][/font][/color]
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