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  1. Thanks for your reply. I really don’t understand why Panasonic do not try to fix it fast?? I think the advantage of S1h is to be used without any external recorder and ghosting issues are really a problem to deliver professional results...
  2. Hi everybody, does anyone have news about ghosting issues with the S1H? Is Panasonic concerned about it?
  3. Not completely tested how long I can run the bmpcc. I would say (first impression) with the canon grip with 2 LPE6n I can run it in raw video recording for 1 hour and 15min , probably more. Two LPE6n should correspond to 5 or 6 normal bmpcc batteries. The battery indicator on the bmpcc when I use this homemade grip is not accurate, it does not work properly. With the two canon batteries fully charged it displays 45% on the bmpcc screen and with one batterie Fully charged 23%. However , like I said with 44% (which corresponds to 100% with two batteries) I can easily record in raw more than an hour and 15min. I will take the bmpcc on a trip this weekend and see how it behaves. I let you know.
  4. Ok just tried it today: -canon grip (cheap Chinese one) I bought for 10 euros, it accepts two canon lpe6 batteries (I already have) -EN-EL6 dummy battery I ordered thru AliExpress for 7 euros. A little bit of work, I am really bad at electronic, it is really easy, just connect properly the wires + and -, use some tap and foam... I do not know why I did’nt do it before?? I can know use my beloved bmpcc as a runandgun camera with enough power and put it and out of my bag without having the power 12V wire on the side always annoying me.
  5. Thanks. be carefull I think 12V is too much thru the battery compartment. I just bought a used battery grip for canon 6D for 10 dollars. It works with 2 LPE6 battery. The grip with those batteries deliver 7.4V which is perfect to power the bmpcc with a dummy battery. I am going to modify it with the dummy battery to be able to have a battery grip for the pocket without using the 12V port on the side of the bmpcc. I will post some pictures. This is what I want to do for the bmpcc (old one) http://cheesycam.com/sony-a7s-powered-by-canon-5d-mark-ii-lp-e6-diy-modded-battery-grip/
  6. Hi everybody, I have a question I try to deal with, related to my Pocket (old one not the 4k) I have a juicebox battery which is great: http://juicebox.direct/product/jbmp-01/ However the bmpcc cable system is not convenient and I would like to use a dummy battery with my juicebox magic power. I found this: https://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/0.html?spm=a2g0s.9042647.0.0.d51436fa7hlRvs&orderId=99088514035971&productId=32825839201 But the jukebox battery output 12V and this dummy battery is made for 9V. Is it gonna work? Thanks for your help.
  7. Hi everybody, does anaybody try the pocket with the Panasonic 30mm or 42,5mm? is the OIS working? thanks I am talking about the 30mm f2.8 macro OIS and the 42,5mm f1.7 OIS.
  8. Hi everybody, I am looking for an anker battery solution in order to charge my bmpcc. I use the bmpcc in run and gun, the anker will stay in my bag and I will charge the camera when It is in the bag. Previously people used the anker astro 2, nowadays it doesn't exist and I do not know which battery to buy. I presume it should output 12V- 0.84A max. However I do not understand the difference between anker astro and anker power core https://www.anker.com/products/taxons/107/Portable%20Chargers If someone can help me with that I would really appreciate. Thanks
  9. Thank you, I am gonna learn resolve and try to get the best I can in one software.
  10. Hi everybody, a friend just gave me a bmpcc because I want to try and learn raw editing and grading. I am used to FCPX (editing and grading) however I do not know yet resolve. I watched at many tutorials on internet and I am not sure of the best workflow. Many people use resolve, edit proxies, do the cut in FCPX or Premiere, back to resolve to grade and sometimes back to première to stabilize and add 2.35 lines. However I notice that now in resolve you can do your cut and even stabilize your footage.... so you do not need to use another software? am I right? is the best raw workflow to do everything (editing, grading, stabilizing) into resolve in 2016? thanks for your help
  11. Ok thank you anyway I will try to find an explanation to the resolution pop up menu. There is always the bug with the EVF, if you start recording with EVF you can't switch to monitor while filming, you have to stop and do another recording... ( not a problem for me)
  12. Thank you very much. thank you very much!!!! One last question in the pop menu I understand how to change the bitrate... no problem with that. But not sure to understand what the resolution is, for example if I choose DC to UHD means if I choose 24p DC in the samsung menu I will record in fact UHD. Thank you for your time.
  13. Ok in fact after going thru github and dpreview forum I am completely lost???? I fell really stupid but I can not understand how to do the hack? How and where do I found the zip file? Which hack do I have to install in order to increase the bitrate and have a kind of reliability? is it version 4.13 but I do not understand how to download the file ??? I am really sorry but if someone can take a minute to figure it our I would appreciate...
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