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  1. Those stops y'all are debating over are going to fall apart fast in any real attempt to recover highlights/shadows, let alone gamut remapping and color pushing. The science is there to make it possible (Canon does well enough to with 8 bit in C series, d750 was nice enough) but as long as they're dropped in these heavily compressed mirrorless codecs...you might as well keep that noise floor crushed to blacks imo. Trade color for stretched thin DR? On you
  2. Are you sure they were taking stills? Not video?
  3. I actually have both of those issues, exactly as described. I'm assuming you're using nx lenses as well? Have you tried with any manual or adapted lenses? Why does color tint drift when white balance is set to Kelvin values? Why exposure drift on manual? The camera wants to do it's own thing lol This is a dead system, I don't blame you for immediately moving to a more reliable, supported system for professional work you can't afford to screw up. But it would be nice to fix, nx1 and it's S lenses are still pretty unique and relevant today. You know there's a nx subforum right?
  4. I got the 4/3 panaleica 14-50mm f2.8-3.5 OIS with adapter on my bmpcc, for $300. Not quite LX100 spec but the lens peaked my interest, I was curious when I heard about the "leica rendering" and great IQ for a zoom. No speed booster glass in the way, super sharp, and OIS for my pocket via 4/3 adapter electronics, at least no more micro jitters Cons: it's big and heavy for m43 system, autofocus is useless, and the OIS is pretty dated in performance especially for video use. Otherwise...yeah. leica rendering indeed. Just good glass. Cheers
  5. This is awesome work BTM, seriously nice job. It makes using the gx85 and lx100 more attractive to shoot with, being my choice for compact size cams with the bmpcc. Pocket-sized latitude for the grade! Can someone confirm if CineV settings also aren't working properly on lx100?
  6. Oh yeah, if you're cool with hacks, the best option IQ wise, imo 5d mkiii RAW 10bit 60p Wedding example
  7. My recommendations, as others have already stated: d750 - the body is dropping in price, keep an eye out for a deal. Full frame, super DR and color edge over a7s, but soft 1080p. nx1 - jack up the bitrate with the hack, invest in Luca's speed booster, and keep that ISO as low as possible...you have a excellent 120p performer. Best 120p full frame for the price (maybe the only). Great color and sharpness, lackluster DR and strange highlight/black levels when grading if you ever miss your mark on exposure. a7s - keep it in crop mode and speedboost. Best low light, great sharpness, DR and highlight roll off but, imo, terrible white balance and strange colors. Compression isn't the best either a5100 - super cheap, speed boost it and it's quite comparable to the a7s, a tad bit softer, a bit less dr and a bit more macroblocking/artifacts but for the price... And hear me out Bmmcc - if you can live with near apsc crop instead of full frame, bmmcc speedboosted would probably yield the most beautiful results. But that's subjective, as I value color information a bit more than compressed 60p. buy an rx100 iv as b cam for superior slow mo of any of the cams. Excellent sensor readout and result for a compressed image. 1 inch sensor though.
  8. To be honest, my sights are currently on the XT-2 and fuji ecosystem, so I'm curious to know the same as OP
  9. Wondering what that third one is. Seems soft and even, like I'd use for film projects. Is that second one the panny?
  10. 60p would go to the A7S mk1 cropped, then nikon d3300/d5500/d750 and 5D RAW ...I'll throw in that 120p would go to fs700 4k and rx100 iv/rx10 ii I'm sure I'd love the BMMCC 60p more than anything for the price, but I haven't tried the camera yet.
  11. I'd recommend the a5100 or g7x if you want to keep it cheap. Selfie articulating screen and good 1080p. A bit of aliasing out of the a5100 but you have fast AF and choice of lenses.
  12. I used to think noise reduction was the key and holy grail to professional standard delivery when I first started handling footage in post. It helps sometimes, but now I'm so used to making sure I'm exposing with base ISO and adequate light to avoid the need altogether. I can't stand the plastic look that sometimes comes from it, and it really bogs down post-time for all the system resources it eats up. I hate 'color noise' or the digital blotches that come from compressed video. Guess that's why I hate seeing rainbow moire but can live with simple aliasing. Desaturating shadows helps. And as you said, a little noise never hurt anyone.
  13. Do you take many stills on a professional level? Do you not mind the h.265 codec, along with it's macroblocking artifacts and slightly limited ability to push in grade? Then the NX1 will perform will excellence. It has better rec709 colors popping right out the cam moreso than the G7. 'S' lenses are great to use. S35 sensor off the bat. Currently it's resolution is king. Use some kind of filter that can diffuse the image and cut down on the in-camera sharpening. OTHERWISE I'd say get the G7 and speedbooster. Options for lenses are overwhelming, considering the m43 native mount alongside all the speedbooster mounts. Codec holds up well when pushing the grade if you expose right and get white balance spot on! Getting rid of this 'plastic' yellow/green cast and skintone look I keep hearing about can be dealt with in seconds. Also mostly avoidable with proper white balance. But it's hard to save h.265 footage with strange milky blacks and limited color info coming from the NX1. TBH same goes for most cameras talked about on this forum even Sony. But again, as mentioned earlier, which one is a breeze to shoot with and get you the results you need? This is subjective. I'd say both cams are excellent in handle and usability. But in post, I'd feel more comfortable working with the h.264 panny files.
  14. I do believe this is the only current workaround. Use presets for scenes where you know the camera's field of view will change, in an environment with mixed light, so that the NX1 won't guess green or magenta tint. Can someone confirm?
  15. Solid review Andrew, thanks. I'll personally use this camera for creative shooting that requires wide-angle gimbal shots of short length (music videos, fashion films, etc)
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