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  1. Also pulls EXIF from the video, which is nice and as far as I remember it also tracks changes, so if you're using the zoom it will record changes in focal length etc.
  2. Shame YT doesn't have a filter in the search options.
  3. They say it doesn't have IS when it does with certain lenses, and with all (including third party) lenses with DIS and then a combo of OIS and DIS with certain Samsung lenses. Still, this is cracking me up hahaha.
  4. Hi there, The Video Metadata clip is regarding the extraction of ISO, Aperture, Shutter speed etc data from the internally recorded video. Although the NX1 doesn't export it with the video file (stupid) if you playback the file in camera and then take a JPEG frame grab (internally) if will pull some exif data with it, so you can remember what settings you used for the shot. Regards.
  5. Speaking of features, the NX1 actually records metadata in the video files, as described in this video. Would be nice if there was an option to have it written to the video files in a different format so it is easily digested by NLE's.
  6. I know, I should have phrased the question better. The way the answer is phrased suggests 10-bit out, a spec repeated by Tom's Review and a few others (8-bit is also quoted by various sites). I don't have an ext. recorder to check.
  7. Here's the actual section of the email, there are no secrets here so I see no reason why not. Does the camera output clean video in 4:2:2 or 4:2:0? I've been seeing both quoted and just want to know for sure. 4:2:2Also, when it converts the sensor feed into H265 internally, does it use 10bit or 8bit colour depth? I noticed the ProRes app converts it into ProRes 422 so just wanted to check. Judging by the smoothness of the colour gradients in the video clips Samsung uploaded it looks like it could be 10bit, please confirm? It's 8bit when recording internally. The image quality is much smoother and better because of the new codec (H.265). It has much better compression ratio than H.264.Will Samsung release a benchmark app to test how long the conversion time is? For example, the user selects a resolution/ frame rate and clip length and it can predict how long it will take? It will take about 5 minutes to convert for 1 minute clip.Rumour has it that the camera can output 7K video at 30fps or 1080p at 120fps (in theory). The UHS-2 card slot has enough bandwidth to send that footage to a card so between those two thing it could happen. Maybe. In a future software update? This is not have been confirmed and we can't comment on this.
  8. I have an email from Samsung (NX1 engineers) saying it's 4:2:2. The email is dated 03/10/2014.
  9. Well there is this rumour of a Samsung that will record 4K into h.264....
  10. ...Is available, if you have the camera you know how to get it. 1. Still Photo Enhancements: Improvements to the overall Auto Focus: Enhanced AF performance in low light condition Enhanced AF performance in backlit and spot light Enhanced AF performance in the corners when utilizing 16-50mm PZ lens Enhanced Face Detection AF performance Enhanced AF performance in movie mode Added Zone AF mode Increased the size of AF to 5 steps in AF Area Size Increased the Face Detection Area of the sensor Includes 4 most popular Pro Suggest presets (Cinematic, Memories, Gorgeous night, and High Speed) Added Selfie as Flipped mode The image is flipped to capture as in the preview. Improved Selfie AF function in Timer mode. Continuous AF is default in Selfie Timer. Simplified EXIF data preview 2. Video Recording Enhancements: Added Pro mode in movie quality and increased the bit rates for movie size and quality (up to 70Mbps) Movie Recording Time changed to 25 minutes at FHD 60P/50P Larger sensor read out data size with improved FHD quality up to 60P Remains in Stand By mode after recording 1280x720 (120P) setting in the Movie Size Menu for easy access Sound recording is available Capture individual 4K frame forward & backward with precision Embedded EXIF data in jpeg Added NEW MF Responsiveness mode (Capable of setting to Low, Medium, High focus angle in manual focus mode) 3. Overall fixed minor bugs
  11. ​ A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. My post is simply a statement of fact based in the present. Take a chill pill, it's just a camera. I don't even use Sony cameras, but I don't see why they don't provide 14 bit lossless raw to their customers. I'm loyal to camera users, not camera brands. Actually while we're on the subject, the thing that caught my attention about this issue was when I read something that spoke of its raw as 14 bit. I've always been cautious of Sony's marketing since they started putting '4K' logos on cameras that don't shoot it. I used to work in the warehouse of a camera store. By the way, what's sexy about the number 50? Are you numberist or something. I got a 'sexy' number for you. 14.
  12. ​The A7rii, the RX10 ii and RX100 iv all ship with compressed RAW. ARW 2.3 http://blog.esgi.co.uk/2015/06/sony-7r-ii-rx10-ii-rx100-iv-still-lossy.html
  13. ​I think I've been able to replicate this. The video feed appears skittish, oscillating back and forth on a 45 deg(ish) angle around a central point. I know the NX1 has a dedicated splitter chip, maybe the freq of the vid output with the chip is doing something. The rest of the HUD is stable right?
  14. ​Here is another vid, every shot was AF - and this is before the 1.3 update that just came out
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