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  1. Thank god for new focus distance I absolutely hate the ones on gh5s
  2. Reminds me of Interstellar beautiful work Also was this shot anamorphic?
  3. V-log card (incase user resets to factory) Receipt from store purchased Panasonic Worldwide warranty has 3 years left
  4. This will make a good reason to switch to fullframe for me anyways thanks for link @Yurolov
  5. Hey everyone i have GH5 with V-Log L upgraded for sale comes with 3 years warranty receipt to prove from Bermingham Cameras usual strap charger battery etc have original box from it as well has screen protector Asking Price 700euro postage abroad will be extra depends on destination Location Dublin Ireland
  6. Am in two minds keeping my gh5 with gh5s or sell and move to fullframe S1 ? the only thing is there are only few native lenses to pick from pana and they cost leg & arm
  7. hows image quality on it paired with ninja v ?
  8. GoPro Cineform YUV 10bit helps to preview playback ? smoothly
  9. Improved intraframe motion prediction Video compression relies on predicting motion between frames. When there’s no change in a pixel, a video codec can save space by referencing it, rather than reproducing it. So improved motion prediction means improved file size and compression quality. Alongside the improved compression standards in H.265, we also find major improvements in motion prediction and compensation. Improved intraframe prediction Video compression also benefits from analyzing “movement” within individual frames, allowing single frames of video to be compressed more efficiently. This can be achieved by essentially describing pixels with a mathematical function rather than actual pixel values. The function takes up less space than pixel data, shrinking file size. However, the codec must support a sufficiently advanced mathematical function for this technique to be truly useful. H.265’s intraframe prediction function is far more detailed than H.264’s, allowing for 33 directions of motion over H.264’s nine directions. Parallel processing H.265 uses tiles and slices which can be decoded independently from the rest of a frame. This means that the decoding process can be split up across multiple parallel process threads, taking advantage of more efficient decoding opportunities on now-standard multi-core processors. With video resolutions getting higher, this kind of improved efficiency is required to decode video at a watchable pace on lower-end hardware. Higher maximum frame size The world is getting higher-res, and H.265 supports that. With H.265, video can be encoded at up to 8K UHD or 8192 pixels × 4320 pixels. Currently, only a handful of cameras can even produce 8K video, and very few monitors can display that kind of resolution. But just as HD is today’s standard, we can expect 4K and eventually 8K to rise to similar prominence eventually.
  10. thank you sir for quick response
  11. Evening gents Quick question am currently shooting with GH5 10bit mp4 files am thinking will it improve speed if i convert from mp4 to Proress 422? files size wont matter as am ok for space ,i just want smooth editing and maybe better colors? thanks in advance
  12. Vision

    DJI Ronin S

    Ordered mine since tuesday should be here on monday hopefully cant wait to give it a go)
  13. Mocha Pro is another good if not the best alternative to your solution
  14. Add some SSDs to your workstation 1ssd for Os and programs 2ssd for Media storage 3ssd for Media cache It helps more than having super cpu or gfx in my opinion
  15. This sounds intresting , i hope Atmos is reading this
  16. I got even worse issues when i preview my luts (vision color) or Impulz Premiere or after effcts freeze up and crash for no reason
  17. Thats what i was thinking to get xl and art lens but now that this lens has been announced i think i will wait it out i love the look of 15mm 1.7 Leica panna am sure i wont be disappointment
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