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  1. Yes. I have been using V60 Cards with the GH5 and with the Pocket Cinema Camera 4k.
  2. I like the user interface and how easy it is to find and select the settings you want to use. I really like the image and the motion from the camera. There seems to be less ghosting in 24 fps than I was getting with my GH5. For me, it is easier to get the image I want in camera as long as I am not in the scene. I was getting about 40 minutes per battery. 5 batteries got me through a Quinceanera gig, but I was sweating toward the end. One battery left with about 70%. Storage was a challenge. I started with ProRes HQ and ended the day in ProRes 422 and ProRes LT. The lack of a remote live view was only an issue because my friends and I had a horror movie contest for Halloween. The rules were: One person had to do everything. There could be no help. We had to write it, shoot it, act in it, edit it, and put it online. The challenge was getting the footage I needed in a timely fashion. I shot my video the morning of the deadline, put it together, and uploaded on time.
  3. It was more me being sad that such an app doesn't exist. Instead of just moping around I put together a video of how I use the Panasonic App. Maybe someone in the loop will see that and decide it's a feature worthy of being in future cameras.
  4. I spent a day testing Freetail V60 SD Cards, a couple UHS-I cards and a Class 4 SD card to see what modes would work with the media. Freetail Evoke Pro C4k and UHD Prores HQ UHD 24 fps Prores 422 C4k 30fps Prores Proxy C4k 60fps HFR C4k and UHD Prores 422 C4k 30/24fps Prores Proxy C4k 60/24fps Freetail Evoke Pro 1080 CDNG RAW Lossless 1080 30fps Prores HQ 1080 60fps Prores Proxy 1080 120fps HFR 1080 Prores 422 1080 30/24fps Prores 422 1080 60/24fps Prores Proxy 1080 120/24fps
  5. I don't think it has Cinema 4k at all. It looks like it is UHD with the option of 23.976 or 24.0 I was hoping someone with the camera would confirm or deny.
  6. I was looking at the specs on the Olympus site. It says it has both 23.976 and Cinema 24.0 fps. I haven't seen that anywhere else. Is that true?
  7. Do any of the BlackMagic Design Camera have pixel mapping or pixel refresh? If not, that is a feature I would like to see added.
  8. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:V0grlvgxkYQJ:www.z-cam.com/e2/+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&client=firefox-b-1-ab Z CAM™ E2 Cinematic Camera 4K @120fps, 10 bit color, H.264 & H.265 (10 bit) 4/3" Sony CMOS sensor, pixel size = 4.63𝜇m Micro Four Thirds lens mount Gigabit Ethernet port for control setting & live streaming iOS app for control setting & live preview 4K @60fps HDMI, SDI (option) Deep Learning Engine built in with SDK Global shutter variant to be available soon Z CAM™ E2 Cinematic Camera What's In The Box? Z CAM™ E2 camera unit Lemo power cable DC D-Tap connector cable AC/DC Power Adapter Unit Power Connection Cables (US, UK, EU) Quick User Guide Protective Carrying Case
  9. I don't remember any recent GH camera having a 29 minute recording limit. GH4, GH5, and GH5s should all record until your battery fails or you run out of space on the card.
  10. Try 30fps and slower movement if you are shooting UHD. 60fps if you are shooting 1080p.
  11. At 3:30 in the video he mentions: "GH5 firmware to enhance performance might be developed if there is customer demand." What are some realistic performance enhancements for the GH5? Also, what ever happened to 48fps? It was a noted feature of the Summer 2017 firmware update.
  12. I wonder if some of the issues with Cadence have to do with the monitors being used and the settings. I can see differences in the fluidity of movement. I have several monitors and televisions. How the image is being processed and what settings are being used is very important. The same image on one display or monitor may seem a bit off compared to one of my televisions.
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