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  1. apparently will have internal raw video as well... mentioned in the video briefly around the :55 mark
  2. Anyone think the 4k might just be for time-lapse like the 6d2?
  3. Apparently no V Log until October according to Panasonic NZ https://twitter.com/panasonicnz/status/622950184268369920
  4. LensRentals.com's first impressions: http://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2015/07/first-impressions-of-the-canon-xc10
  5. I've been using one of their focal reducers for my BMPCC and I haven't taken it off since I got it. It's the EF to MFT adapter, but I use it a lot with my m42 glass (with Canon adapter) and its worked really well for me. I know it's not the same one you're looking at, but wanted to share my experience with their products. Haven't seen any blue spots or anything to make it unusable.
  6. ​ ​Perhaps a poor choice of wording. I guess the question would really be "is it logical to buy right now?" No harm in waiting, just curious to see what people think. ​Oh I love the look of the NX1 for sure... it quite unique in certain aspects, but I can't use it as a daily driver... Trying to find a way in my budget to keep it around (also works fantastic as a stills camera). ​This is true. I once wrote off the A7s, and now I've got it in sight again. Thanks for all the answers.
  7. Currently, I am shooting with an NX1 and I love the images I am getting from it, however, the workflow is killing me. When I got the camera, I thought transcoding wouldn't be so bad, but a few months down the road, it's starting to take it's toll on me. The fact that I can't easily preview anything before I bring it in to edit (other than actually opening a player to view it - rather than using my preferred method of OS X spacebar preview) slows me down a lot and obviously transcoding doesn't speed anything up either... I shoot a lot of events so I end up with a ton of small clips that I need to look at to pick the right ones. SO I'm looking to either replace it or add something to my arsenal that I wouldn't have to wait hours to transcode before editing. What I'm curious to pick your brains about is if the A7s is still worth picking up nowadays with the looming A7r II coming soon. 4k isn't necessarily required (we just went HD about three years ago, so no plans to upgrade to 4k yet) but it is useful for talking head pieces. I also shoot in a lot of dimly lit situations that I am unable to light, so the A7s seems like it would be beneficial for said situations... The NX1 isn't terrible in lowlight, but I feel like our old Canon 6D used to handle lowlight much better and I'm missing that as well. Any thoughts would be great! I'm all ears (eyes?) to suggestions.
  8. I second the -5 for contrast. Smart Range, I believe, is related to audio, not video.
  9. Varavon has a cage (though they don't seem to promote it much): http://varavon.com/products/armor-nx1 Walimex also makes an adjustable cage similar to the Wooden Camera one posted above that is a bit cheaper: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1040129-REG/walimex_pro_19884_uni_xl_adjustable_cage.html
  10. It's rumored to be coming in a future firmware update according to mirrorlessrumors
  11. ​There are English version as well. You just have to click around to find them. http://sourceforge.net/projects/rockymountainsmovieconverter/files/osx-64/ Use this link, then download "RMCC-" I had the same issue when I first downloaded it because the main download link is the Korean version hah, but I clicked around long enough and found the English version.
  12. ​I'm still curious what this will be all about...
  13. ​No moire at 4k on the NX1... at least in my usage. Its there in 1080p, though.
  14. You could always do a SpeedBooster with the a6000 to get near full frame.
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