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    Videography, Photography, Astrophotography
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    Canon 1DX Mark II, Panny G9, Sony A7III

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  1. No love for the Z Cam? I guess I'm weird.
  2. Just as an FYI, I've been using cfast chips and have had zero failures. Much prefer this over external storage devices. Less chance of failure. BTW, I love my Z Cam E2!
  3. It really is a pain in the ass with Sony cameras and skin tones. I do use Andrew's color profiles and they do help tremendously but it sure would be nice to be able to obtain skin tones that are pleasing to the eye straight out of the camera. Canon and Fuji color science is really good. The Z Cam E2 is really good as well.
  4. I agree. I don't even notice it any more. Not a real issue for me.
  5. Time to dust off my G9. I am really looking forward to giving this new firmware a try. I will miss however the service hack with vers. 1.2 that allows unlimited recording length. Maybe the new firmware will surprise us and include that too. I have never had any issues with running 4k 60p for an hour with the G9. I think it was purposely limited to differentiate it from the GH5. Best ergonomics on a camera I have every owned. Also the built-in IS is superb.
  6. Where's 24p, 4k? How about 60p 4k? No IBIS? No C-LOG? (Typical Canon)
  7. As you may know, Canon announced that a security flaw has been found with their cameras. Canon Watch states: The video below shows how Check Point Research exploited the Canon EOS 80D using the cited security flaw. By building on existing knowledge of Magic Lantern, they were able to build a ransomware. If the security flaw was built on existing knowledge of Magic Lantern, might Canon lock their firmware down preventing Magic Lantern from being loaded on future firmware releases? And...If you don't update your Canon camera, might it be vulnerable to ransomware? Interesting quandry.
  8. Curious how accurate LiDAR is at long distances. In other words, is this only usable indoors or can it work outdoors over long distances with telephoto lenses?
  9. I'm sure there's going to be a series of new Sony cameras coming out in the next 6 months that will feature better video specs. There are certainly other alternatives right now that are better than Sony regarding video specs, but if you want to take full advantage of a particular system you have to buy into native glass and not adaptive glass. And that takes a major investment and makes it more difficult to switch brands/systems based on which way the wind blows. I'm currently invested in both M43 and Sony E mount lenses for wildlife photography/videography. I'd like to switch completely to Sony but they haven't produced a camera yet that gives me at least 60p 4k. On the other hand the BMPCC 4k and Z-Cam E2 are excellent M43 cameras but for me, the form-factor sucks for what I do. I hate to keep waiting, but that's what I'll do and hope Sony eventually gets there. I think today's announcement did hint at something. Sony's new microphone mount. I'm sure they didn't come out with these new products just for the A7RIV. There's got to be a more video-centric camera in the making.
  10. I agree with you about the other stuff, but it seemed to me everyone here was giddy about 8k also (as the title of this thread implies). Sony has left video "stuff" out of other cameras too, including the A9. No Slog? That certainly was a marketing decision and I assume that Sony is saving higher video specs for their other upcoming cameras and has kept it out of their high-res mark IV. I mean how many video shooters are asking for a 60+MP that has decent video? I think everyone needs to stay patient.
  11. For anyone to think this would be an 8k camera was fooling themselves. It's not that easy to do, especially in DSLR-style bodies. Even Panasonic has announced no 8k for 2020. Look at the size of Panasonic's S1H and the use of a heat exhaust system. And that's just 6k!
  12. This still plays into my theory that the body is too small to allow higher video frame rates. They will have to come out with a completely different camera (larger with possibly a fan) to have any kind of serious specs for 60p 4k and beyond. They might be able to do it with an APS-C sensor but not FF in that small of a body.
  13. ajay

    Sigma FP

    Initial specs do not interest me. For what I do, I need 60p 4k at a minimum. I will pass on this one.
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