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  1. Beware that if 7D mk II uses dual DIGIC 5+, Magic Lantern may not work on this. I have hope on 70D for its capability of UHS-1. The pity thing is we are not able to use HDMI for recording.  :wacko:

     

    hi Paul, yes i´m aware of that issue of the dual processor, but there are some rumors that the 7D2 will have digi6 and the ability to do 1080p60fps

     

    that why i think canon is saying that the 7D2 will be groundbreaking. I really hope so.

    http://vimeo.com/65542208


  2. Andrew is in good way... other than RAW is less, a way less

     

     

    EosHD, your losing me. Everything here is RAW this RAW that.

    Most people here really don't need RAW or want to deal with the workflow and data rates. I'd very welcome a camera with reduced moire, better codec, 1080p50, peaking, zebras over a camera that shoots RAW any day.

    "The 5D III is the image quality king"..... If your happy shooting RAW, if not, it still leaves a lot to be desired. That doesn't make the 70D's image improvements any less worthwhile.

    I hope Canon really have improved the video image quality greatly over the 7D and 5D's. it's about time they have us 1080p50 too.

     

    You will have 1080p50 when canon puts there Digi6 processor on their EOS body. util then do not expect any camera to have 60/50fps.
    i´m betting that the 7Dmark2 will have that digi6 processor instead of dual digi5+. 
     


  3. I belive that's a crop of 1.3 - 1.4 of the Micro4/3rds so it's roughly a crop factor of 3 of full frame. This is what I thought from what I've read and seen online.

     

    Struggling to find any decent manual aperture ringed lenses between 8 and 24, (I have a Samyang 14mm), I would have liked a wide angle zoom like the Tokina 11 - 16 or the Sigma 8 - 16 but with them not having manual aperture rings you can't use them effectively with the BMPCC. Getting a good range of lenses for the BMPCC may be difficult, especially on a budget.

     

     

    I belive that's a crop of 1.3 - 1.4 of the Micro4/3rds so it's roughly a crop factor of 3 of full frame. This is what I thought from what I've read and seen online.

     

    Struggling to find any decent manual aperture ringed lenses between 8 and 24, (I have a Samyang 14mm), I would have liked a wide angle zoom like the Tokina 11 - 16 or the Sigma 8 - 16 but with them not having manual aperture rings you can't use them effectively with the BMPCC. Getting a good range of lenses for the BMPCC may be difficult, especially on a budget.

     

    hell0 matt, i think If you get the tokina 11-16mm 2.8 from nikon you can get this  nikon g to micro 4/3 With Lock / Open Aperture Control Ring to set the designed aperture. any one has it? and those it work with all the nikon lenses?


    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/220742889826?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
     

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