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Matthew Capowski

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  1. How are you able to get your Four Thirds lenses to work on the P4K? I have an Olympus Four Thirds 11-22mm F2.8-3.5 lens and a Chinese 43-m43 adapter. It works fine on my Panasonic bodies but the lens won't work on my Pocket 4K. What adapter are you using?
  2. I would be curious to see the difference if you already have screen captures handy, thanks! X-T3, I wouldn't have guessed. It looked really good.
  3. I was curious about the lens. This lens has a reputation as being high contrast. Any filters on it in this shot? What camera was this lens paired with? It looks good.
  4. What lenses are you using now with the Pocket 6K and how do you like them?
  5. I just tested my Olympus 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5 Zuiko four-thirds lens on the Pocket 4K. It has a cheap electronic adapter that works on the Panasonic micro-four-thirds cameras I have tried it on. However, I cannot focus this lens on the Pocket 4K. I can turn the focus ring but nothing happens. The adapter does not appear to work on the 4K. Has anyone had success with four-thirds lenses and electronic adapters on the Pocket 4K?
  6. My camera arrived today (I ordered in July). However, I noticed that with lens that have optical image stabilization if I tilt the camera up the stabilization makes a very loud sound. This occurs with both the Panasonic 45mm F1.7 and the 12-60 F3.5. Tilting down or sideways or other directions doesn't cause this loud noise. Has anyone else encountered this or is my camera defective? It's louder than it sounds in the video: https://youtu.be/tonuubl5FaQ
  7. Is there a 4K ENG camera that has good stabilization (in 4K), good low light, and good AF?
  8. I saw it stated in several places that the sensor wasn't made by Sony but it appears that (and I) may be wrong: https://nikonrumors.com/2018/06/15/new-reports-indicate-that-the-nikon-d850-sensor-imx309aqj-is-made-by-sony.aspx/
  9. Thanks for the reply. The sensor isn't made by Sony. I've seen a few D850 owners suggest that the dynamic range is lower than expected and around the level of the GH4. I've seen no objective measurements or definitive statements. I was hoping someone who has spent some time with this camera could comment.
  10. What is the approximate maximum dynamic range of the D850 video? What existing camera is it comparable to dynamic range wise?
  11. @jonpais Thanks for sharing the gimbal video. Did you just manually set the focus before shooting? @webrunner5 I saw Paul write in a post somewhere that the results are supposed to be darker (to preserve some aspect of the image) but the brightness can be pulled up in post.
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