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    Rob6 reacted to Andrew Reid in Sigma Fp review (part 1) and interview - Cinema DNG RAW internal recording!   
    Downscales as well.
    https://www.slimraw.com
    So 7:1 compressed Cinema DNG at, say, 3.5k is just a transcode away with the Sigma Fp.
    Going to give it a go.
    Perhaps I can give you some Cinema DNG frames out of my camera.
    Here is a 12bit 1080/60p frame off the SD card, and same shot but 8bit 1080/60p to give you an idea of how that holds up.
    Also included a 4K 8bit shot.
    I recommend opening in Photoshop, push it around a lot. You will see the difference especially in the shadows.
    I think this camera is also unique in that it is doing 120fps 1080p in ALL-I. Usually Long-GOP compression is used for high frame rates.
    By the way the MOV 4K quality is VERY good indeed. They did not compromise on the codec. It's like a pocket S1. Don't think it is doing 10bit MOV H.264 but it looks damn good.
    PS
    CDNG 12bit 1080p at 24p = 633Mbit/s
    CDNG 8bit 1080p at 24p = 422Mbit/s
    Still quite large. Get the big SDs ready.
    4K_8bit_A001_037_20191028_000005.DNG 2K_12bit_A001_035_20191028_000005.DNG 2K_8bit_A001_036_20191028_000005.DNG
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    Rob6 reacted to Dave Maze in Sony Rx100 VI with full sensor 4K & HLG   
    I don't know why nobody makes a wide angle zoom point and shoot. I'd love a G7X or RX100 with a 16-35mm equiv and I think a ton of vloggers would as well. 
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    Rob6 got a reaction from tonysss in Best super 35mm camera?   
    I have the FS700 and when using it in HD internally it is NOT sharp. I never use it. Definitely not 4k Downsampled to HD. The original c100 destroys this camera in sharpness because it downsamples the 4k sensor. 
    I am sure you have heard it before, but I will say that the FS700 is amazing with used with Odyssey 7Q. Raw is awesome. And the 4ktoHD and 4kto2k prores modes are awesome because they are downsampled in the recorder when writing to the SSDs. Totally sharp. But this is with the recorder only.
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    Rob6 got a reaction from Michael Coffee in Canon 5D III x Lexar 256GB CF: max recording time: 38:34 .. make sense?!!   
    Hi Ty,
    It should fill the card if you trigger the flag in the    Ml raw menu to record in exfat. I am using firmware 1.1.3 of the 5d3. Check out ml forum for more info on exfat recording. Your card also has to be formatted as exfat when that mode is triggered. 
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    Rob6 got a reaction from Ty Harper in Canon 5D III x Lexar 256GB CF: max recording time: 38:34 .. make sense?!!   
    Hi Ty,
    It should fill the card if you trigger the flag in the    Ml raw menu to record in exfat. I am using firmware 1.1.3 of the 5d3. Check out ml forum for more info on exfat recording. Your card also has to be formatted as exfat when that mode is triggered. 
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