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  1. I tried it several times with almost the same settings (things like AF responsiveness and Master Black Level might have been different), but I couldn't reproduce it. The exposure doesn't change when I enter video mode (similar environment with window and curtain) and the aperture always stays functional, changing the total exposure as it should.


  2. 6 hours ago, Mattias Burling said:

    The WB ad for the NX1 was on a still photographers forum. But just today when I woke up there was an ad on our craigslist for a mint NX1 + 16-50 S-Zoom + Samyang 100mm Macro + Battery Grip = $870

    That's super cheap. Following ebay for the last couple of months, you could only get either the Body only or the 16-50S lens for a similar price (a little bit cheaper maybe).


  3. On 03/04/2016 at 2:39 PM, RieGo said:

    MOV_SIZE on NX1:

    dc24p=0
    uhd30=1
    uhd24=2
    uhd23.98=3
    fhd120=4
    fhd60=5
    fhd30=6
    fhd24=7
    fhd23.98=8
    hd60=10
    hd30=11
    vga60=12
    vga=13
    mjpeg=14

    i think i give 9 a try lol -> seems like 9 sets it to fhd24

    btw: someone did the same for NX500 at dpreview: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3985980

    Did you get this list through a command or tried each value from 0 to 14 while checking in the camera settings the corresponding movie sizes? Thanks.

    (I am not interested in that particular list, just trying to work out how to find out what are the available values for each [app] )


  4. The 18-200mm has a fast focusing mechanism, which results in fast AF in good outdoor light. However, the max aperture is already f5.6 at 70mm and eventually f6.3, so it can't collect enough light for fast AF. I get a similar problem with the 16-50mm Powerzoom at 50mm. It is quite slow to focus in indoor low-medium light. The 45mm f1.8 though is still quite fast in the same light. I guess the situation would be similar with the 50-150S at longer focal lengths.

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