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  1. Thanks, that's super helpful. I can't believe this issue hasn't been addressed yet.
  2. But the X-T3 is the only camera we are having this issue with. We work with C200, Alexa Mini, FS7 and RED footage and have no problems. It's just the X-T3. It seems to be a common issue among other X-T3 users as well... So I suspect display profiles is not the issue.
  3. I've tried Resolve, FCP X and Premiere — They all crush the image on my new MacBook Pro. But the image looks correct on my iMac in that same software. And the software doesn't retain the information, you can't grade the image back to 16-235. It's the weirdest thing.
  4. What's the word, has anyone figured this out yet? I am experiencing the same issues.
  5. Yeppers. What the heck?! No one has figured it out yet?
  6. Would that affect a screenshot?
  7. I've encountered a weird issue where playing back a 200mbps h.265 file from the Fuji XT3 looks different from computer to computer. I've checked the file in Quicktime, Premiere, Resolve, and finder and it's consistently different between both machines. Any ideas as to why this is happening or how to fix it? Screenshot from latest 15" MacBook Pro: Screenshot from latest 27" iMac:
  8. I've long been a fan of your opinions and reviews @Andrew Reid I've read every article that you've published [pretty religiously] in the past 4-5 years. And so I feel that on good authority I can say "shame on you for publishing your last article." I'm, quite frankly, shocked with your unprofessionalism. You felt that John Brawley and BMD went low, and you went lower. You have always provided strong opinions based on sound-reasoning, specs and objectivity. However, in this case, you got your feelings hurt and are using your audience to fight back. Shame on you. You just lost major credibility with those who have trusted you for years.
  9. Add 4K60p and phase detection autofocus and I’m in!
  10. Can anyone validate whether or not a firmware update has changed the crop factor to 1.29x? http://www.canonrumors.com/crop-factor-change-for-4k-canon-eos-5d-mark-iv-included-in-coming-update-more/
  11. Isn't the pending XF-AVC update the "middle ground" you are talking about?
  12. I agree, MP4 at 150Mbps is not enough. I agree that that Canon raw lite is impractical. But the C200 announcement included another format that this article [conveniently] left out: a future firmware upgrade with XF-AVC. I can't help but read into this bias. Don't get me wrong, I left the Canon bandwagon a long time ago. But the C200 is truly the most exciting camera-announcement I've read about in a very long time. It checks off almost every box I can think of. I guess ProRes would've been nice. But it shoots internal-compressed H264 (for docs / quick stuff). It shoots internal RAW (for commercial work). And it's going to shoot efficient-HQ for everything in-between. Seriously, what else could you ask for!?
  13. I read that Resolve works natively with h.265 files. Is it only in the Studio version that it works? Tried importing NX1 files to no avail. I'd love to see how it works with NX1 files before I dropped money on it.
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