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    GoPro Hero 7 with Hypersmooth stabilization

    The future is software based. The japanese are not good at sofware that I can tell you. They can make hardware alright but something as simple as a menu system is a no go. It will take the americans innovating in software to get us anywhere near a gimbal-less future. Look at the strides google and apple are making with their algorithms. Can't wait to see where we will be in five years time. These old japanese companies will struggle. too much information and data is lost if it isn't done in camera so the results cannot be anywhere near as good.
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    GoPro Hero 7 with Hypersmooth stabilization

    I keep saying this is the future of m/43 if they wish to compete with the big boys. Let's see what olympus do come January 2019. Imagine being able to ditch the gimbal and having good autofocus to boot.
  3. I think it has more to do with acquisition rate and the algorithm than the sheer amount of the points.
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    Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless talk hots up

    Have you done a comparison of the prices with lenses bearing in mind most people will be buying used ef lenses and the 99 dollar adapter? . I did the calculations for myself, being the owner of ef glass, and to get a sony it would be more expensive by a couple thousand. So I'd say that's a pretty big incentive for people to continue with canon. But even if they are new to the game, do the calculations for yourself and see which is more expensive for you based on the lenses you use.
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    Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless talk hots up

    Yes its true but if you put ef lenses on an a7riii you are really compromising the autofocus and do you want to do that when you are spending 3k on a new camera? Probably not. Even if you do go down that route, which they did in the video, they put the price for an adapter on the canon bringing it up to 2.5k (choosing the more expensive adapter), but fail to mention that you will be paying 400 for the metabones adapter for the sony to get ef lenses to work lol. It is just a dishonest review, but it doesn't matter because at the end of the day like you said people will realise just how expensive it is to change systems and will bulk at the price considering how little difference there really is between cameras. For canon shooters like myself who own ef lenses getting a sony will literally cost me thousands more than the canon. There is just no rational reason for me to make the move at that price when the eos r gives me some great features that the sony cant match and where the sony is ahead it isn't worth thousands of dollars lol. The c100 is a great camera, I miss mine ha ha.
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    Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless talk hots up

    Well, if like it says in the video they are using an adapter it means they will be using ef lenses, which can be had for cheap, especially on the second hand market. I don't think anyone would dispute that.
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    Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless talk hots up

    It's funny how they say the a7riii is in any way comparable on price to the eos r. Firstly, he says the adapter is $200. Yes, but you can get the basic one for $99. If you are using ef lenses on both cameras, the autofocusing performance with the sony isn't good enough for the amount of money you are spending on the a7riii. You'll then have to spend ridiculous sony lens prices on top of the camera price.
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    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K

    sareesh got a copy
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    EOS R official video specs discussion

    What is odd to me is someone who goes onto this page who clearly doesn't like the camera and interrupts people with his negativity when people who are interested in the camera try to show examples of the footage or discuss it. There was footage there, however limited, so I thought I would be helpful and post it. Now can you please leave us be if all you are going to be is negative. We get that you don't like the camera.
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    Fuji X-T3 has 4K60P and 10 bit

    Well the vids shown are of one person in frame - the example i put was with multiple people and you can clearly tell if you watch to the end that the camera gets confused and can't find a face amongst the crowd. I don't think it is near as good as the sonys but for vloggers it is probably acceptable. Camera companies in general are crappy with their software but fuji in particular.
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    Fuji X-T3 has 4K60P and 10 bit

    I was referring to the face af. Typical Fuji.
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    Fuji X-T3 has 4K60P and 10 bit

    I like how he keeps praising it and then in the end it completely fails and he just stops the video haha.
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    EOS R official video specs discussion

    Each his own, friend. Crop makes it easier to pull focus was my point. For anyone looking at your work I guarantee they won't know the difference between crop and full frame. Like I said s16 was the gold standard for indie production work where you dont have a focus puller (and that's compared to s35). The 10 bit footage coming out of the canon is undeniably better than the images I used to get with my sony so that improves my stories a lot more than having non-crop, which is a number.
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    Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K

    I'm unimpressed by this footage.
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    EOS R official video specs discussion

    Mate to hear people talking it is insane. To keep things in focus with a FF camera u better have a damn good focus puller. For the kind of intimate stories that most people here do and that most of the indie community does s16 was the gold standard. I have s16 and don't have to worry that I don't have autofocus. People on here are like oh ye gotta have full frame at 1.2 so only an eyelash is in focus. Like come one. In my view the Canon allows me to tell better stories than a sony, Nikon or Fuji does. Crop is just numbers.
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