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  1. I use Rocky Mountain, too, along with Andrews LOG LUT as the input LUT and I've been getting fantastic results. The only thing that doesn't seem to work is transcoding UHD or 4k files down to 1080p or 1440p. It keeps the original resolution regardless of what I set it to for transcode, which is a bummer because my machine runs super slow with 4k files (late 2011 macbook pro 15" 16GB RAM and SSD) even in a 1080p timeline. I always finish in 1080p so it would be nice to knock the resolution down during transcode with Rocky Mountain.
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    Samsung NX1 or...

    Ahhh, thanks! I didn't realize there was a newer version.
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    Samsung NX1 or...

    How do I choose a lut with RockyMountain?
  4. H.265 now supported by Adobe and Resolve.
  5. You must have missed Ed David's post about this one hour ago, right above this thread. http://www.eoshd.com/comments/topic/18846-resolve-122-adds-support-for-h265-good-for-samsung-nx1-users/
  6. I read somewhere else that the HEVC H.265 update is only for the paid version of Resolve (Studio only on OS X), not the free version?
  7. From what I gather Samsung is simply moving from selling cameras in stores + online to selling online only. Stock is going to be cleared in the actual stores and there won't be any new stock coming in. Samsung obviously did a lot better selling their cameras online rather than in stores so they're making the obvious move of no longer selling in stores. Seems pretty simple to me. I can see a mistranslation of this blowing up in to "Samsung NX is dead" but it's pretty ridiculous.
  8. The headline on your article troubles me. Samsung didn't "announce" anything. This was a reply from someone (who?) in some (which?) department of Samsung. Now it is being shared as a matter of fact (mirrorless rumors, dpreview forums, etc.) that Samsung has officially announced this (which they haven't). Do you not feel you have responsibility, as a blog owner/operator, to check your facts and your sources before posting information? It reminds me of when FOX and CNN reported that the Boston marathon bomber had been caught and arrested when, in fact, that was not true.
  9. I had the same problem with using Kelvin WB. Unfortunately the tint still changes like on Auto WB. I use the Daylight, Cloudy, etc. now and change the hue myself to suite the scene. As for Gamma DR I've actually been ADDING contrast to get a closer in-camera look. I will try leaving the contrast alone and keeping everything else the same (Sharpness all the way down, saturation -2 or -3) and see what happens. Also, your framegrabs look awesome!
  10. I remember watching Mattias' one NX1 video and noticing artifacts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeReub7OQbQ Ice at :13 Sky at :17 I'm not sure if they are present in any of his other NX1 videos but I'll check. I haven't noticed any artifacts in my footage. Mattias have you noticed these artifacts?
  11. DIS does not work in 120fps mode. Make sure DIS is OFF and check if 120fps is still greyed out.
  12. I can't speak for anyone else. However, I reduce sharpness so that I can sharpen to my taste (if need be) in post. I would much rather have my powerful computer and NLE sharpen the image then having it baked on the image in-camera.
  13. in 4k there is no peaking. In HD with manual lenses you have to hit the OK button each time to re-enable peaking
  14. URSA mini 4.6k: Global shutter up to 30fps, Rolling shutter up to 60fps with 15 stops DR URSA mini 4k: 12 stops DR
  15. https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicursamini URSA mini EF 4k is $2,995 URSA mini EF 4.6k is $4,995. Looks like viewfinder is sold separately at $1,495
  16. all info is available on https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/ new camera is micro studio camera 4k https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicmicrostudiocamera4k
  17. Right! I'm planning on selling my FZ1000 to get the nx500 (I traded in a 60D and some ef glass for the FZ). I'm already used to the cropped 4k on the FZ and I'm planning on getting the rokinon 12mm f2 to help with the crop and also for astro photography so I'll be killing two birds with one stone. I like s16 look on the fz1000 but I'm really missing the low light (for video and photo), aps-c sensor for stills, and the ability to change and adapt lenses. Viewfinder is not an issue as I'll just use my lcdvf left over from the 60D. And the nx500 is smaller than the FZ, one of the main reasons I got rid of the 60d and lenses. I'm hoping they add the 2.5k s35 mode and focus peaking via firmware but it's not a deal breaker if they don't.
  18. ​I was thinking the same thing, Possibly an FZ1000 competitor. But let's wait to see what the price is...
  19. Well this is disconcerting. I was planning on getting an NX500 and samyang/rokinon 12mm 2.0. I was also planning on adapting some fd glass. I hope this gets worked out.
  20. The one head-on is the NX500, according to this post: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3818269
  21. ​I think what he's saying is, you can shoot on whatever expensive camera you want but if the story sucks and the acting sucks then he will say, "Hmm, imax, interesting." and move along.
  22. Samsung 10mm fisheye on nx500 4k crop mode
  23. NX500 review http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPlHtuJ_DZ4
  24. ​Hey, thanks! I'm loving the way the FZ1000 resolves detail. I actually traded in my Canon 60D and some EF glass for the FZ1000 and I have absolutely no regrets. It's so much easier to just pull out the camera and start shooting! I used the Natural profile with contrast and saturation down a little and sharpening all the way down! Only a touch of sharpening added in post. I know the color in some places could have been more consistent. I'll take more time with coloring in the future. Also re: the horizon. I've always seemed to have a problem with keeping a level horizon, even with the built in level! I guess I just need to be more aware of it while I'm filming. I thought I would miss the big APS-C sized sensor in the 60D but for the most part I don't! I do plan on buying a second camera within the year if I can save up enough $$. I was thinking something along the lines of an a6000 or nx500. Something small but with an APS-C sized sensor (for better low-light and thin depth of field when I really want it.) Thank you for the honest feedback. It means a lot!
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