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  1. 5" is indeed nice for mirrorless but the PIX-E series recorders have a considerably higher price than the Ninja Inferno, but what's even more important, I don't see Fuji in the list of supported cameras: https://www.videodevices.com/products/portable-video-recorders/pix-e5/supported-cameras
  2. While it's far from ideal to play with these compressed JPG files, it seems that it's a bit of a struggle to get the F-LOG to the level of ProNeg Std. The Fuji LUTS do help, but I would only use F-Log if the scene requires it.
  3. Thanks a lot! Could you upload some F-LOG video footage? I'd like to see how the noise behaves.
  4. Only with some kind of stabilization. The jello is very noticable handheld.
  5. That's good news! I really want see some more before I make my order.
  6. The NX1 beats every other body at hijacking threads, but joking aside, there were tests showing that the NX1 can't write the fastest UHS-II cards at more than 60MB/s, so it's not ideal for RAW recording.
  7. Judging by the examples shown so far, it's no match for the NX1 in terms of detail, but that was to be expected, as the NX1 downsamples from 6.5K.
  8. It seems some kind of stabiliztation will be necessary for these high resolution modes. The wobbling is a bit distracting.
  9. Well then you have to grade it to look nice, I'm not sure if anything is lost. I played with downloadabe F-LOG footage earlier and I could achieve very pleasing results. Did not have skin tones though.
  10. +1 to that, I'd love to see F-Log compared to Pro Neg Std -2, -2 as I'm saving up for an external recorder and I'm not exactly sure if it's worth it
  11. Unless they can give it with 4:2:2 and a higher bitrate, there's no point really.
  12. Zebras would have been nice, as well as internal F-LOG, or at least external F-LOG for 1080p60 too. Even though it's nice that we get numerous new functions, I'm not blown away by this list, so I'm still saving up for an external recorder.
  13. Thanks! Just received a big amount of EOSHD email, so all is working!
  14. According to my mail logs, you are trying to send from eoshdcom@host.eoshd.com, and host.eoshd.com is a non-existent subdomain.
  15. Yeah, I was not talking about this specific case, but the problems with widely used forum engines in general. They are always potential targets for hackers, so it's always a good idea to stay updated. This case is most likely a bot registering users just like you said.
  16. Updating is usually a good idea, these forum engines are hacked from time-to-time. And when it comes to updating, he should also update the domain name he uses for email notifications, he uses a non-existent one, most servers won't accept the emails sent from this forum. I posted a topic about this, even sent a PM, nothing happened.
  17. I had a vision test recently and it seems I'll have to wear glasses. I'm mainly a programmer so I sit in front of my monitor the whole day. This is the reason I've been offered blueprotect glasses. However they introduce a slight yellow cast and I think it would affect my work in Davinci Resolve in a bad way. I'm not sure though, maybe I could get used to it. Does anyone have experience in this field?
  18. With low expectations: bump. Or is it just me with this problem?
  19. Andrew, could you please fix your server configuration, this is from my server log: warning: hostname host.eoshd.com does not resolve to address Name or service not known NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from unknown[]: 450 4.1.8 <eoshdcom@host.eoshd.com>: Sender address rejected: Domain not found This started on the 7th of February.
  20. All technical info is in the description. I shot the clips with -3 sharpening. The minimum is -4 but I think I read somewhere that -4 does not remove any more sharpening but adds blur. Haven't tested though.
  21. I think it will be, but the bitrate might limit it's quality, so going external could still remain a better choice.
  22. The X-T2 gets some more love: http://www.newsshooter.com/2017/02/10/filmconvert-releases-a-new-camera-profile-for-the-fujifilm-x-t2/
  23. I shot some high contrast scenes to test out what's the maximum dynamic range you can achieve without F-Log.
  24. I'm not sure if this was mentioned before: Fuji records in data levels (0-255), but apparently some kind of flag is missing in the files. I grade in Resolve and by default it handles Fuji files as if they were shot with video levels. You can fix that by going to the clip attributes and choose data levels. This might fix clipping in your source files.
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