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Márcio Kabke Pinheiro

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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Katrikura in No love for the Canon T8i ?   
    Wrong. The poor Canon spent all it's budget in the 24p license, no money left to license 30p.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Lars Steenhoff in Fuji X-T4   
    Still beyond me why Fuji dropped their best LCD hinge implementation - the XT100. That one and the S1R are the best LCD hinges, pleased everyone - flip and flippy at the same time.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Juank in Canon EOS R5 - What Panasonic, Sony and Fuji can do to fight THE 8K BEAST   
    Really hope that all the R5 expectations be fulfilled.

    But it is interesting that all after these years of crippling, everyone is believing in a magic cam from Canon with amazing specs, and even already stating that will sell all their gear to come back to Canon...

    I think that a more cautious approach would be wise, and hold the excitement until the specs are confirmed.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Mako Sports in Canon EOS R5 - What Panasonic, Sony and Fuji can do to fight THE 8K BEAST   
    Really hope that all the R5 expectations be fulfilled.

    But it is interesting that all after these years of crippling, everyone is believing in a magic cam from Canon with amazing specs, and even already stating that will sell all their gear to come back to Canon...

    I think that a more cautious approach would be wise, and hold the excitement until the specs are confirmed.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Stathman in Fuji X-T4   
    Still beyond me why Fuji dropped their best LCD hinge implementation - the XT100. That one and the S1R are the best LCD hinges, pleased everyone - flip and flippy at the same time.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from heart0less in Canon EOS R5 - What Panasonic, Sony and Fuji can do to fight THE 8K BEAST   
    Really hope that all the R5 expectations be fulfilled.

    But it is interesting that all after these years of crippling, everyone is believing in a magic cam from Canon with amazing specs, and even already stating that will sell all their gear to come back to Canon...

    I think that a more cautious approach would be wise, and hold the excitement until the specs are confirmed.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from IronFilm in Poor Olympus E M1 Mark III video specs   
    In good hands, the camera can deliver. Like our @John Brawley .
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpD4SFNvWZU&t=0s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzhMs4uXXJM&t=0s
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Nodnarb in Poor Olympus E M1 Mark III video specs   
    In good hands, the camera can deliver. Like our @John Brawley .
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpD4SFNvWZU&t=0s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzhMs4uXXJM&t=0s
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Juank in Canon EOS R5 - 8K30p 4K120p   
    I think that the most important point is: this time Canon provisioned the budget for the 24p modes licenses? (insert irony here) 
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from kaylee in Canon EOS R5 - 8K30p 4K120p   
    I think that the most important point is: this time Canon provisioned the budget for the 24p modes licenses? (insert irony here) 
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from newfoundmass in Canon EOS R5 - 8K30p 4K120p   
    I think that the most important point is: this time Canon provisioned the budget for the 24p modes licenses? (insert irony here) 
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Video Hummus in Canon EOS R5 - 8K30p 4K120p   
    I think that the most important point is: this time Canon provisioned the budget for the 24p modes licenses? (insert irony here) 
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from KnightsFan in Canon EOS R5 - 8K30p 4K120p   
    I think that the most important point is: this time Canon provisioned the budget for the 24p modes licenses? (insert irony here) 
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from frontfocus in Fuji X-T4   
    Kind of. The real supporters of the m4/3 format are Panasonic and Olympus - all the others (Blackmagic included) are very niche.

    From Panasonic, I clearly see a GH6 on the horizon, but not much more - there are rumors of a GX10, but as a minor update. Olympus just repackaged the E-M1 II in a smaller body to make the E-M5 MK III, and rumors says that the same sensor will be used for the E-M1 MK III.

    M4/3 evolution is dependant nowadays on Sony to evolve on sensors. Olympus is struggling financially to evolve their platforms (if the E-M1 MK III still use the same chipset, will be a VERY  bad sign). Panasonic could repurpose the tech developed for the L cameras to m4/3, but don't see much intention to do it - everyone (except Fuji) is pushing full frame, better margins on bodies and (especially) lenses.

    As I said, I love my m4/3 gear, it fullfills almost all that I need (except low light - my dream camera is a proper GX body with IBIS and the GH5s internals). And I think that m4/3 will be a viable format for video for a good amount of time - but maybe not for stills, where the sales volumes are. And don't want to end with a bunch of bodies and lenses with very deprecated values in a phase out, like was with 4/3 users.

    And Fuji is doing a lot of things right. Have bodies and lenses with the same or a little more size and weight than m4/3 (for people, like me, that likes compact gear). In two generations jumped from some of the worst video tech for some of the best. Is (maybe) the only manufacturer that their bodies frequently surpasses expectations in specifications. Their prices are competitive. IBIS was the last barrier for me (I use a lot of vintage lenses), maybe they will be my future.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Amazeballs in Fuji X-T4   
    Kind of. The real supporters of the m4/3 format are Panasonic and Olympus - all the others (Blackmagic included) are very niche.

    From Panasonic, I clearly see a GH6 on the horizon, but not much more - there are rumors of a GX10, but as a minor update. Olympus just repackaged the E-M1 II in a smaller body to make the E-M5 MK III, and rumors says that the same sensor will be used for the E-M1 MK III.

    M4/3 evolution is dependant nowadays on Sony to evolve on sensors. Olympus is struggling financially to evolve their platforms (if the E-M1 MK III still use the same chipset, will be a VERY  bad sign). Panasonic could repurpose the tech developed for the L cameras to m4/3, but don't see much intention to do it - everyone (except Fuji) is pushing full frame, better margins on bodies and (especially) lenses.

    As I said, I love my m4/3 gear, it fullfills almost all that I need (except low light - my dream camera is a proper GX body with IBIS and the GH5s internals). And I think that m4/3 will be a viable format for video for a good amount of time - but maybe not for stills, where the sales volumes are. And don't want to end with a bunch of bodies and lenses with very deprecated values in a phase out, like was with 4/3 users.

    And Fuji is doing a lot of things right. Have bodies and lenses with the same or a little more size and weight than m4/3 (for people, like me, that likes compact gear). In two generations jumped from some of the worst video tech for some of the best. Is (maybe) the only manufacturer that their bodies frequently surpasses expectations in specifications. Their prices are competitive. IBIS was the last barrier for me (I use a lot of vintage lenses), maybe they will be my future.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Juank in Fuji X-T4   
    Kind of. The real supporters of the m4/3 format are Panasonic and Olympus - all the others (Blackmagic included) are very niche.

    From Panasonic, I clearly see a GH6 on the horizon, but not much more - there are rumors of a GX10, but as a minor update. Olympus just repackaged the E-M1 II in a smaller body to make the E-M5 MK III, and rumors says that the same sensor will be used for the E-M1 MK III.

    M4/3 evolution is dependant nowadays on Sony to evolve on sensors. Olympus is struggling financially to evolve their platforms (if the E-M1 MK III still use the same chipset, will be a VERY  bad sign). Panasonic could repurpose the tech developed for the L cameras to m4/3, but don't see much intention to do it - everyone (except Fuji) is pushing full frame, better margins on bodies and (especially) lenses.

    As I said, I love my m4/3 gear, it fullfills almost all that I need (except low light - my dream camera is a proper GX body with IBIS and the GH5s internals). And I think that m4/3 will be a viable format for video for a good amount of time - but maybe not for stills, where the sales volumes are. And don't want to end with a bunch of bodies and lenses with very deprecated values in a phase out, like was with 4/3 users.

    And Fuji is doing a lot of things right. Have bodies and lenses with the same or a little more size and weight than m4/3 (for people, like me, that likes compact gear). In two generations jumped from some of the worst video tech for some of the best. Is (maybe) the only manufacturer that their bodies frequently surpasses expectations in specifications. Their prices are competitive. IBIS was the last barrier for me (I use a lot of vintage lenses), maybe they will be my future.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from IronFilm in Fuji X-T4   
    Only in the XT-3 / XH1, no?
    In the smaller bodies (XT-30 / XT-200) the cap is 10 minutes in 4k in the XT-30 and 15 mins in the XT-200 (just now noticed that the smaller one have 5 mins more!).

    Fuji probably would put a cap in a X-E4 too.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro reacted to MeanRevert in Fuji X-T4   
    If this doesn’t come to pass, will this be the biggest blue balls event in mirrorless history?
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from kaylee in 2020 Petition to Stop Using the Word “Bokeh” Forever   
    This atrocity.
     
     
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from IronFilm in 2020 Petition to Stop Using the Word “Bokeh” Forever   
    This atrocity.
     
     
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro reacted to Mark Romero 2 in 2020 Petition to Stop Using the Word “Bokeh” Forever   
    Actually, no one should watch that Tony Northrup video unless they ARE drunk...
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from kaylee in 2020 Petition to Stop Using the Word “Bokeh” Forever   
    Is this topic about that atrocious Northrup video, with 3 cm of depth of field, and with the image blurring in different places every 3 seconds with the poor lens trying to focus on him?

    I had to use a breathalyzer after saw it to certify that I was not drunk.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro got a reaction from Mark Romero 2 in 2020 Petition to Stop Using the Word “Bokeh” Forever   
    Is this topic about that atrocious Northrup video, with 3 cm of depth of field, and with the image blurring in different places every 3 seconds with the poor lens trying to focus on him?

    I had to use a breathalyzer after saw it to certify that I was not drunk.
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro reacted to IronFilm in too bad and so good   
    Government official: “But wait doesn’t that defeat the point...?” 
    Kubrick: “Do you want quality or not.”
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    Márcio Kabke Pinheiro reacted to Cinegain in meike lens for free   
    Sounds as legit as the Nigerian prince's millions held up in customs and require you to deposit a small transaction fee to get those funds released and you getting a chunk of the millions.
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