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  1. Really? Damn, well thanks. I'm in Iceland right now and it would've been a shame to deal with this shit on my whole trip so thank you.
  2. I've recently upgraded to the new firmware for the nx1 and I've been having this issue with the white balance shifting on its own. I have auto white balance turned off but when I'm shooting and lets say I go from the green grass and pan up to the sky my white balance shifts on its own. Does anyone have any idea why?
  3. Here you go, let me know if this works. https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=62B4A4802B5BB24F!268&authkey=!ADB0Nh9-r765CiI&ithint=folder%2cMP4 There was also a lot of slo mo shots, you should probably know that when I did those shots I was using the same settings as the 24fps shots which turned out to be a mistake imo. The sharpening was all the way low and I think with the higher fps 1080p shots you need to bring the in camera sharpening higher. Not above zero but just not -10
  4. Hey there Ryan, I'm not sure if this is any help but I've shot a video with the NX1 100% greenscreen you can check it out here https://youtu.be/hB1Uwdxpp-0 If you want maybe I can upload some raw footage
  5. Hi there, this is my first post on EOSHD but I've been a long time lurker. I bought the NX1 as my main go to camera and so far I've loved it. I've recently began pre-production on a film I plan on shooting later this year and I'm by no means a pro of any kind but I have some thoughts I'd like to share, mainly regarding the picture profile options that have come with a recent firmware update. The only profile I've used so far has been Gamma DR. First off saturation, I find that if the saturation is lower than -4 the information just isn't there for color grading sake. Balancing out the tone of the image tends to be much harder when really lowering saturation, for me it seems to cause problems from highlights to shadows and this is only after I shot the test that I realized this. I don't think this camera is the end all of LOG in any way and its just there simply as an option for your own simple profile but I have my doubts about the extreme options available, that being said I am very grateful it even is an option. Sharpness I feel is variable but I wouldn't go any higher than -7 for 4k but 1080p seems to be something completely different. I do not think that the profiles transfer effectively from 4k to 1080p, I do think that there must be a separate set of of picture options between all resolutions, I wonder if this has just been me that's been struggling with this but it seems that keeping a -10 sharpness for 1080p just looks like garbage. Anyways I hope to become more active since this is one of my favorite websites, thank you.
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