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  1. I'll look and see too. I know for power tool batteries, everyone uses Samsung 18650 cells and you'd be crazy to spend the extra 50-75 bucks on name brand. I'm not sure if camera batteries also use standard cells that all come out of the same part bins or not.
  2. 6240(listed pixel width)/3840(UHD, I didn't see a 4K option) = 1.625. If the specs are correct, it should be almost identical to Canon APS C. Depends on the manufacture. I've had some off brand LP-E6 outperform the Canon battery and some that sucked.
  3. LPE17. Specs rate the battery life to be 250 pics and 240 pics at zero degrees science. Real world usage might be a little lower. It's the same battery for the smaller cameras and the Rebel, starting with the T6i. Fortunately, there's plenty of aftermarket batteries available. A double charger and 2 batteries can be had for 20 bucks(freedom dollars, not the pounds).
  4. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think it's physically possible to crop the 4K more on that sensor, unless if they're calling 3.5K 4K.
  5. I would assume it's there and take it as a pleasant surprise if it's not cropped. It'd probably be a slightly tighter crop than APSC or however the math adds up for this sensor. I agree. I was wondering if there's potential for it in the US market. However, I believe my GX85 also might be limited to 24/25.
  6. 8 bit out, 4k 120mbps h.264, no C-log. EOS RP Specifications (5).xlsx It does have timelapse 4K at up to 29.97/30 fps. 4K video is listed for 24 and 25 fps, don't see 30 fps.
  7. A tripod would work well if most of the environments I film in would allow me to carry one around with me. Sadly, I don't have that luxury. In the meantime, I need to settle with a decent hybrid shooter that has IBIS.
  8. The handheld look from a small mirrorless isn't bad if you use the neck strap and hold it out far enough to keep it tight. But still, IBIS would be needed for me to consider one.
  9. I think they would, given that consumers in some areas are going to want to put up content on their 8K TVs, even if it's more of a gimmick. It'll also serve as a taste of what's to come for larger cameras. It might not have the fancy color science, but it'd be a perfect way to showcase the new codec.
  10. I hope they allow a video mode for the full 3:2 sensor. We've lately been producing content that has to be viewed both at 16:9, 1:1 and vertical.
  11. Maxotics, that just looks like bayer artifacts. Try using a few different debayer tools and make sure sharpening isn't cranked up.
  12. I may have a chance to shoot some people indoors this week.  For today I chose to shoot outside to get an idea of the resolution, latitude and to see if there's any aliasing or moire.  As we all know the low light performance is not even comparable to the 5D Mark III due to the line skipping, the moire is terrible and almost unusable.  When shooting 1:1 the moire is fixed and looks just as good as the 5D when light properly, but the noise is pretty bad after 1000 iso.  I'll make a low light test tonight, or at least throw up a DNG.   The RAW video on the 7D is a little difficult to work with at this time since we're using only RAW burst, it throws all the DNG files in one single folder.  You also have to wait about a minute after each burst for the files to write to the card.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctm1WW7VUXU&feature=youtu.be   I'm looking forward to using the 7D along with the 5D mark III in the future once they have the RAW video a little more refined.  Currently I'm seeing the same write speeds that were posted above, but keep in mind this is in playback mode; currently we're only seeing around 58 MB/s in record mode.  
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