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    Nx1, Ursa Mini 4k

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  1. I did not use a bitrate hack, but I wan to try that out soon. In the first video, I Gamma DR at Saturation:-3 Sharpness:-3 contrast:-5 Master black:10 luminance range: 0-255. In the second video, I turned sharpness and contrast all the way down, because the NX1 footage is so crazy sharp. I didn't use the log profile. To my knowledge, it turns the image into log after its already recorded, so I don't think it would add leeway for color grading.
  2. Here's my take on the Ursa Mini 4k. It gets a lot of hate in online reviews. It seems that it was a letdown to the people who eagerly awaited its release. Although it has its flaws, I think the fact that it didn’t live up to its expectations has tainted the perception of it. In my opinion, it’s the perfect camera if: You want a more professional camera. (it’s robust, has excellent ergonomics, and can use professional batteries.) You want a quality image (it has a flat picture profile with lot of room for grading in post and its picture noise is closer to film grain th
  3. Here are two comparison videos with side-by-side evaluations on a number of areas, like low light, slow motion, audio, rolling shutter, and how they key. Part 1: Part 2: In short: Ursa Mini: better overall picture (flatter shooting profile, better color gamut) global shutter, better for green screening Nx1: sharper, less noise in low light, better audio, better slow motion
  4. Here are two comparison videos with side-by-side evaluations on a number of areas, like low light, slow motion, audio, rolling shutter, and how they key. Part 1: Part 2: In short: Ursa Mini: better overall picture (flatter shooting profile, better color gamut) global shutter, better for green screening Nx1: sharper, less noise in low light, better audio, better slow motion
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