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  1. I wonder if the improved MFT lens support means they finally managed to get non-physical-switch OIS to work? Glass half full kind of guy right here.
  2. In case you missed it, Kristian Lam (from BM) posted this (http://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=20956): -- Hi We are working on an update that is in testing and already with some beta testers. This next updates includes: 1. New debayering for shooting directly to ProRes or DNxHD on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera 2. Improved MFT lens support on the Pocket Cinema Camera. 3. RAW support on the Production Camera 4K. 4. Autofocus support for EF lenses on Blackmagic Cinema Camera EF and Production Camera 4K This release should be out within a month's time from today. -- Great I guess. To be honest I posted stating that I'm a glass half full kind of guy but I think not mentioning this at the beginning of today kind of backfired. The forum is going nuts.
  3. Some more info has come out: http://www.superheadz.com/bellami/detail.php .... hope it gets translated soon
  4. $160 isn't too bad for something imported and kitchy. I'm kind of questioning the $800 range ... starting to get into DSLR territory... hopefully that price is wrong... or maybe it does RAW ... we'll see. I want to see footage. The Superheadz Facebook page is starting to post about it
  5. You know come to think of it, I bet this is going to be like the harinezumi but in HD... filters and all
  6. This might be cool. Same guys who brought the Digital Harinezumi which is quite popular
  7. This is awesome! Though I was sort of hoping for something to compete with the pocket cam price point... Hopefully there will be more announcements
  8. Does that mean we get an extra iteration of bug fixes if they skip to 5? ;)
  9. I'm not sure how I feel about this - and I'm not trying to debate - I want to like my GH3 but I would love something focused entirely on filming rather than a hybrid - at times it does feel like some features were rushed or compromised: 4:2:2? Focus peaking? The all intra seems unusable in the hint of low light, I'm also waiting for a "decent" firmware update.   I would also like to see improvements on the user experience - the camera UI has a lot of segregated options, both in the software, and physical; this might be me but if you're in a rush to shoot, there's a lot of precheck.     The video mentions their dedication on broadcast quality so I hope that's a hint. Regardless, I'm excited to see what this news is about in a couple of weeks
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