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  1. Well I got the original A7 with 28-70mm kit for £775 from a major high street store (jessops) in LOndon so that makes the new A7iii WAY more expensive, so unfortuinately you are wrong.
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnV-fo8Wuk0 Is it me or is there a heck of a lot of moire throughpout this clip, and considerring this is a pro produced marketing hype they must have minimised it. hair at 0.23 bag at 0.28 camera lens at 0.38 etc etc
  3. This topic seems to have stalled....is anyone actually using this camera? Its been out a while now.
  4. Hi yes just trying to work out the reason for this video sample being so poor - i.e. soft, purple/green fringing, blown highlights. Guess shooting at f1.2 open would explain a lot, but the fringing? Anyway colours look beautiful and low light looks good.
  5. YES! This is so obvious, crazy purple fringing and blown highlights ruining most shots! Everyone is saying this is so great but to me it looks awful. I have just received my X-T2, its sitting in its box at home and I'm not sure whether to rush back and rip it open and get shooting or send it back and swap for a Sony A7ii, Sony 6300 or keep my Lumix GX80. This is good timing for Andrew to review the X-T" but that video has left me with real doubts. Is it just due to the 1.2 lens wide open and grading or is there a real problem with this camera?
  6. RX100 IV - 1080 at 100mbsp - flat profiles, stabilized.
  7. Interesting. One point I have to correct though is the price. Its several hundred £/$ more than the X-t1 at launch not the same.
  8. What is it about Lumix cameras - that jerky movement with the slightest camera panning. I have a G7 and an RX100 IV and the Sony is so smooth but the Lumix is like this video, jaggy jaggy jaggy, even with the horizontal stabilisation turned off. It seems ok as long as the camera movement maintains a fixed point of focus, as around 22 seconds. I'm not interested in making fixed shots, like to have camera movement and this jerky movement is so distracting, makes me feel a bit giddy!
  9. heres the link for more info : https://vimeo.com/167441134 Shot with the Panasonic Lumix GX80 / GX85 while testing it for hybridcams.fr Handheld + Stabilisation applied in post 4K UHD - 24p - MP4 Panasonic 12-35 mm f/2.8 | Panasonic 35-100 mm F2.8 | Panasonic 100-400 mm F/4.0-6.3
  10. Looks like there's another sample video from this guy with the GX80. Again very impressive stabilisation. Looking to trade in a G7 and RX100 iv for this feature as it can dpo the job of both.apart for slo-mo maybe.
  11. All very tempting this 5D ii thing...but what about compared to the 6D as a new 6D can be had for around the same price as a decent used 5Dii?
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