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Stathman

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  1. For the vintage lenses you don't need something special. 

    I use a simple one for m42 lenses and ibis works just fine.

    Coming from xh1's ibis experience I would say S5's ibis is on another level. 

  2. My setup is struggling with the 100fps XAVC HS files.

    Does anyone experiencing smooth playback?

    I'm on a mac. Tried them on Premiere and Resolve Studio, latest versions.

  3. Just received the Viltrox EF-FX2.

    Tried to use it with EF 24-70 L IS F4.0  on X-H1 but the IS of the lens is not working.

    The adapter has the latest firmware version. 

    I tried the workaround @colepat suggested and it worked for a second but after that it stoped working again.

    Is there any other solution or is it better to send it back?

  4. 51 minutes ago, frontfocus said:

    I have. Improved a lot. Panning is very smooth now, but at the start, if the camera is not moving, there is a small delay were the camera first tries to keep the composition. But transition to panning is now pretty good. I'd say for video shooters this is a big one, IBIS is now extremely good. 

    Nice!

    Let's hope they will fix it for X-H1 also.

  5. Latest versions of Resolve are optimised for Metal on macOS.

    I suspect this is the case. Do you have any utility to check gpu usage while playback?

    Try to disable igpu in bios to see if it makes any difference. 

  6. No problem here.

    It plays smoothly with a lut applied and some basic adjustments (4K DCI timeline).

    macOS 10.13.6 - i7 8700K - 1080Ti

    Resolve 16.2.2

    Maybe bad hackintosh configuration? Resolve version?

    *edit: - This is true when using metal GPU processing mode. 

    I tried with OpenCL and I get 8-11fps maximum. 

     

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  7. Maybe if you set the aperture ring to auto and select shutter priority will do the trick?

    *edit 

    From the manual:

    For X-H1 and X-T3, you may set “A” of aperture ring to “Command” (“BUTTON/DIAL SETTING” -> “APERTURE RING SETTING (A)” -> “COMMAND”). After doing this, turning the aperture ring to the end to “A” position activates camera body’s command dial (default is front dial) for the aperture setting. Now you can switch between aperture ring and command dial freely without flashing different firmware version. 

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