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    Stathman got a reaction from BrunoCH in I WILL be getting a Fuji X-T3!   
    I did! I would like them to add white balance and focal length info if possible.
    On this clip WB was set to auto but if it is set to Kelvin it shows just "K" and not the actual value.
    I sent them a request.

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    Stathman reacted to Attila Bakos in Atomos Ninja V and Fuji X-H1   
    I finally figured out why I experienced problems with the LUT. An incorrect YCbCr->RGB conversion will result in values outside the 0-1 range. The LUT sees these values as 0 and 1 in Resolve, that's the reason for the inaccuracy. Premiere handles the LUT differently, there is no clamping there, and the results will be perfect, identical to using the DCTL version in Resolve. However it's possible the build a perfect LUT for Resolve as well, which will come in handy for non-Studio users. I actually built one, I plan to publish it alongside a video describing the problem in detail.
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    Stathman reacted to thephoenix in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
    fyi
    https://www.fujirumors.com/exif-video-resolved-dr-adds-fujifilm-support-for-exif-metadata-import-in-davinci-resolve/
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    Stathman got a reaction from thephoenix in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
    Here you go!
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/kh0lgf
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    Stathman got a reaction from thephoenix in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
    Yes, of course you can use rcm.
    I was just following the previews posts and my point was about the correct way to apply the lut.
    You can use REC.2100 HLG as an input in rcm.
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    Stathman got a reaction from androidlad in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
    Yes, i will do some more testing with Alexa and LUTCalc's settings. Resolve also.
    LUTCalc is pretty amazing. I didn't know there is something like this, but now I do thanks to you. So, thanks!
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    Stathman reacted to androidlad in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
    Cool, I use Alexa X2 because there's a nice saturation roll-off. But it's all quite customisable in LUTCalc.
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    Stathman got a reaction from MacMurphy in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
    Following @androidlad's findings i did some tests trying to decide which to choose, Flog or HLG.
    Camera Settings:
    FLOG: ISO 640 - SHUTTER 2000 - WB 5300K - F8
    HLG: ISO 1000 - SHUTTER 3200 - WB 5300K - F8
    Both shots exposed with Multi Metering aiming at 0 on the display meter.
    Here are the results:
     
    FLOG CLEAN


     
     HLG CLEAN


     
    FLOG + FUJIFILM FLOG to WDR BT.709 LUT


     
    HLG + LUTCalc HLG to ALEXA X2 LUT


     
    HLG + LUTCalc HLG Rec709 LUT


     
    FLOG + FUJIFILM FLOG to WDR BT.709 LUT + MINOR EXPOSURE ADJUSTMENTS


     
    HLG + LUTCalc HLG Rec709 LUT + MINOR EXPOSURE ADJUSTMENTS


     
     
    You can download the original files if you want.
    https://we.tl/t-1qqI0lonhz
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    Stathman got a reaction from AlexTrinder96 in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
    Following @androidlad's findings i did some tests trying to decide which to choose, Flog or HLG.
    Camera Settings:
    FLOG: ISO 640 - SHUTTER 2000 - WB 5300K - F8
    HLG: ISO 1000 - SHUTTER 3200 - WB 5300K - F8
    Both shots exposed with Multi Metering aiming at 0 on the display meter.
    Here are the results:
     
    FLOG CLEAN


     
     HLG CLEAN


     
    FLOG + FUJIFILM FLOG to WDR BT.709 LUT


     
    HLG + LUTCalc HLG to ALEXA X2 LUT


     
    HLG + LUTCalc HLG Rec709 LUT


     
    FLOG + FUJIFILM FLOG to WDR BT.709 LUT + MINOR EXPOSURE ADJUSTMENTS


     
    HLG + LUTCalc HLG Rec709 LUT + MINOR EXPOSURE ADJUSTMENTS


     
     
    You can download the original files if you want.
    https://we.tl/t-1qqI0lonhz
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    Stathman reacted to Flogbox in I WILL be getting a Fuji X-T3!   
    Picked up the Fuji X-T3. Bribed my daughter with Maccas to model for a few minutes. No face or eye detect because i was rushing and just didn't think about it. You will see a few spots where it loses focus for a split second but if i had face tracking on at least i'm sure it would have been fine.
    Hopefully i uploaded the clip correctly.
     
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    Stathman reacted to DanielVranic in I WILL be getting a Fuji X-T3!   
    This is the powergrade.
    I will be making a video on this soon
    Process_1.24.1.dpx
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    Stathman reacted to androidlad in Atomos Ninja V and Fuji X-H1   
    Apply "Rec709toRec601.cube" LUT to Fuji internal files from this pack: http://www.pantarheon.org/601vs709luts.zip
    Root cause of this problem:

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    Stathman got a reaction from Jimbo in Shooting with the Panasonic S1 in Barcelona   
    I believe you can turn off ibis on gh5 also.

     
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    Stathman reacted to kye in Simulating a Tiffen Black Pro Mist filter in post   
    I quite like the look of the Tiffen Black Pro Mist filter, and thought that I could simulate the effect in Resolve.  (This conversation started in another thread but I think it deserves its own)
    My theory was that if you can simulate it in post then it's more flexible, so you can mix it in to taste, and its also cheaper, applies to all your lenses, can be applied to historic footage, etc..
    Here's the video showing what these filters do thanks to @heart0less 
     
    I've had an attempt and I'm now convinced that a completely accurate simulation is not possible.  
    To explain why, here's an unmodified screen grab:

    and here's the waveform of that shot:

    Here are the reasons you can't do a completely accurate emulation:
    The Tiffen doesn't "clip".
    The flare from the light globe is much brighter than the flare from the hair light on the blond lady, but in the "no filter" waveform you will note that these have very similar values because the globe is clipped.  Also, the flare from the globe is coloured, which presumably is from the tint of the globe, however because the waveform is clipped that colour information is lost.
    The Tiffen has a very wide flare pattern and will include lights outside the field of view.
    There don't appear to be any flares from off-camera lights in the above shot, however we can tell that the Tiffen has a very wide pattern because the level of the dark background is raised for almost the entire width of the frame but the exposure seems to be the same (by comparing the levels of the grey cards at the left of the shot).
    If you are using this filter and it is being hit with sunlight from any angle I think you'll get the influence of that everywhere in the shot, because although it might be very off-angle the sun is practically an infinitely bright light.
    However, I think we can probably make a passable attempt that might work in some situations.
    Here's the original of lady #1:

    and my simulation:

    Lady #2:

    Same simulation as above applied to lady #2:

    The logic of this preset is this:

    The Tiffen has a non-linear rolloff, so I have simulated it using blurs of two different sizes, one smaller size applied to the Highlights and a larger one applied to the Mids and Shadows.  If I really wanted to get serious about it I might try converting to a Log colour space and doing the blur in there before converting back to REC709, but that's something for another day.
    I think that preset looks pretty good for both of these shots, but unfortunately, if we apply that preset to the main shot then we see that it definitely isn't suitable for all shots:

    If I play with the levels and add a third blur that is highlights only and is even smaller radius then we get a better result, but it highlights the issues I mentioned earlier:

    If you're going to try and use this effect in post then I would suggest a number of things:
    Shoot in Log and don't clip any highlights from any colour channel If you move the camera don't have any lighting going in and out of the frame (because the effect will start and stop when it does which will look very un-natural) Experiment with applying the effect before you convert from log to any other colour space (after all, a Tiffen filter gets applied before the conversion) Experiment with different blur types - I used Gaussian Blur in the above, but maybe other types will look nicer? The Mids and Shadows processing chain is the kind of "beauty" element, and the Highlights processing chain is the "flares" element, so you can mix these to your taste I hope that is useful, and that Tiffen don't object to me using clips from their video!!
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    Stathman reacted to androidlad in Fuji X-T3 reborn with HLG   
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    Stathman reacted to Video Hummus in Canon EOS RP specs leaked, features 26MP sensor and 4K video   
    Nice. No mention if he was filming in 4K or 1080p. 4K is much worse.
    Have a vlogger use it (it’s got a flip screen right perfectly made for it) have them film in 4K.  Whoops it’s got a 1.7x crop that even at 16-35mm will feel close. Have them walk around filming in 4K and you will feel like you are on acid in some whackey fun house mirror room every time they swing the camera to show you something.
    Take a nice ride on a train, a car, or a bus if you prefer. Film out the window in 4K. Doesn’t matter?
    Filming some birds in 4K. You track them as you pan with their flight. Enjoy the jello telephone polls, lamp posts, and trees.
    It matters.
     
     
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    Stathman reacted to DBounce in Shooting with the Panasonic S1 in Barcelona   
    There are a couple sort of obvious innovations that have somehow escaped the feature list on most of the current crop of cameras. Things like IBIS that can be locked down when disabled is a big deal, and really adds to the flexibility of the camera.  If you think about it, what good is it to be able to disable the camera intelligently moving the sensor, when the other option is just having it flop about inside the camera willie nilly? It just seems a bit silly to have the disable feature without this locking capability.
    Another obvious, but absent feature is the sensor cover that is present on the new Canon EOS R. It's so nice to not have to worry about dust getting on the sensor when switching lenses. Both these features are things ALL mirrorless cameras should have as standard features. 
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    Stathman reacted to Shirozina in Shooting with the Panasonic S1 in Barcelona   
    The sensor is still free to move around on the IBS floating mechanism even if you turn it off. If you have a GH5 test it yourself - shake the camera and you can hear the sensor moving (and watch it with the lens off). 
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    Stathman got a reaction from Juank in EOSHD Opinion - The Sony A6400 is an absolute turkey   
    "The Sony A6400 is an absolute turkey"
    who just missed Xmas  🙄
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    Stathman reacted to webrunner5 in Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K   
    LMAO.
     
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    Stathman reacted to Django in EOSHD Opinion - The Sony A6400 is an absolute turkey   
    Huh? The RS is considerably worst than A7S (16-24ms) & A7S2 (25ms). It's known to be the absolute worst of the worst at a whopping 36ms. Possibly some kind of record.
    For the money what else are you going to buy? There are tons of second-hand options.. XT2 to start with. If you want new, save up a little more & buy yourself a decent camera.
     
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    Stathman got a reaction from webrunner5 in EOSHD Opinion - The Sony A6400 is an absolute turkey   
    "The Sony A6400 is an absolute turkey"
    who just missed Xmas  🙄
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    Stathman reacted to Andrew Reid in EOSHD Opinion - The Sony A6400 is an absolute turkey   
    The A6300 was a dog back in 2016 when the competition was far less, no X-T3 or G85 back then, or E-M10 III.
    X-T3 is a similar price now to when the A6300 was released back in 2016.
    The X-T3 today is $1399 new (less used) and the A6400 is $900 so a difference of $500 max, the price of a low-end Sony E-mount prime. The 23mm F2 and 35mm F2 Fuji X lenses are cheaper than their equivalent Sonys and the 18-55mm F2.8-F4 zoom is superior to any Sony APS-C zoom equivalent for just $300.
    I don't see why people would be interested in paying more for the A6400 + primes + decent zoom than the equivalent Fuji kit.
    If you look at the A6400 body in isolation, sure it's cheap-ish. But it's also naff-ish, 2-3 year old tech with terrible rolling shutter and bad ergonomics.
    The target market is a prime area to do some innovations... flip out 5" touch screen for example. All-new user interface and menus suited to touch screen operation. Better touch-pad AF interface. Better smartphone integration and Bluetooth LE.
    Sony took the easy option and did nothing.
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    Stathman reacted to Inazuma in Sony a7 III discussion   
    hey guys, here is a behind-the-scenes type music video I made earlier last year for my friend's band. I decided to shoot it with a mix of a Hi8 cassette camcorder and the Sony A7III with a mixture of profile settings 
    Lenses
    Sony 50mm f1.8, Sigma 17-35mm f2.8-4, Tamron 28-75mm f2.8
    I hoped to do more with this band but they're quite on-off with different band members coming and going
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    Stathman reacted to Tiago Rosa-Rosso in Sharp's new 8K M43 camera   
    is 8k SHARP enough?
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