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  1. I have made a quick test with the Gh4 and the NX1 in the same places and with the same grading method for those who are curious to see the IQ difference. GH4 + 12-35mm UHD (CINE V, sharpness -1, NR -5, no I-settings) : https://www.dropbox.com/s/ywyvbs6mgw6ezdi/GH4.mp4?dl=0 NX1 + 16-50mm S UHD (Gamma DR, contrast -2, sharpness -10) https://www.dropbox.com/s/vlb2debxnb4aaqr/NX1.mp4?dl=0
  2. ​Did you use 4k or UHD with your NX1 ? Reviewers have shown that the image looks a lot softer in 4k. The quality has been improved in 4k since the last firmware or the UHD is still better ?
  3. ​The Gh4 has the same aliasing when there is straight lines just like in your video.
  4. The quality has been improved in 4k since the last firmware or the UHD is still better ?
  5. ​Here is a test with the two modes (30fps and 120fps) and yes Pro mode is available with both frame rate : https://www.dropbox.com/s/sidw6aoooo5a9af/SAM_0360%40120fps.MP4?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/ssscqjv4sst344p/SAM_0361%4030fps.MP4?dl=0 Thanks Andrew for your tips, i will try it but i haven't seen difference between Gamma DR and Standard mode.
  6. ​The new 1080p Pro mode is really good and the 120fps mode is better to that of Gh4. The 4k rolling shutter is bad but if you move or pan slowly, there is no real problem. However, even with the GammaDR, im not really impressed by the dynamic range, the highlights burn very easily.
  7. I have the Gh4 and the NX1 and i see no more aliasing or moire on the NX1 (I use -10 sharpness but there is at least as much as details than when i use the Gh4 with sharpness at 0 and NR at -5). But since the NX1 has more details than gh4, you can see moire or aliasing more easily with a 1080p display. Try to zoom on your videos with your media player or to use the view at 100% and the aliasing will vanish in the most cases. 50% 100%
  8. The two last firmwares have improved HD video, DOF, 4k DCI (not tested, if anyone can confirm ?) and fixed some bugs. UHD is great in good light, better than GH4. But we really need control over noise reduction on low ISO. In low light or in dark areas of the image, some details are washed away, the GH4 is noiser but retain really more details.
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