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  1. 2 minutes ago, Andrew Reid said:

    Edit:

    It's right there in the data sheet...

    https://www.sony-semicon.co.jp/products/common/pdf/IMX461ALR_AQR_Flyer.pdf

    See readout mode 5 at up to 30fps 12bit. Resolution is exactly 3882 x 2912.

    So if the GFX100 sensor can bin like that, why would it heavily line skip instead?

    If it bins like that, it doesn't sound good in marketing material.

    GFX100 reads the full width of the sensor at 11604 pixel, and vertically 2/3 subsamples from 6528 to 4352. The downsamples to 4K. So technically it oversamples.

  2. Because GFX100 heavily line-skips and bins when shooting 4K, the image exhibits quite a bit of moire and aliasing. Shame Fuji didn't implement the 3x3 RGB binning for a more organic, soft but detailed 4K image.

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  3. 4 hours ago, Andrew Reid said:

    Panasonic loaned me the S1H so that was free! Unlike the Fuji! The S1H is going on a trip as well, so we will be seeing more of that

    The GFX 100 don't forget has a DCI 4K full frame crop mode from 60 megapixel sensor window. So if you love a particular full frame lens, put it on there... I am interested to see how the 4K stands up in full frame mode, quality wise against the S1H and @BTM_Pix's Pocket 6K.

    In this respect it is Fuji's first 4K full frame camera :)

    There is also a Super 35mm crop mode for people who buy a medium format camera, but want to slap an Arriflex lens on the front. Yes, I am one of those idiots.

    GFX100 doesn't shoot crop 4K, all capture modes are full sensor width with vertical subsampling.

  4. 6 minutes ago, thebrothersthre3 said:

    4k 60p can now be shot in DCI 4K at 400mbps vs previously only ultra HD at 200mbps 

    DCI 4K 60P is already available on X-T3. And 400Mbps is for All-Intra only up to 30P.

    It's the formatting that's confusing.

    The only change is the addition of FHD 240/200P, the rest is exactly the same as X-T3.

  5. X-T3 120fps 1080p is achieved through a horizontal 4832 pixel full readout, and vertical 1:2 binning resulting a 4832 x 1359 bayer, which is then downsampled to 1920 x 1080.

    To achieve 240fps without a further crop, a 2:3 vertical subsampling needs to be added before 1:2 binning, resulting a 4832 x 906 bayer.

  6. 1 minute ago, thebrothersthre3 said:

    I am assuming it'll have a battery grip option. The grip on the XT3 sucks though, it shuts off when switching to the next battery. The GH5 grip will just automatically switch even if you are recording. I'd love the XT3 much more if the battery grip wouldn't do that. I still love it though 🤣

    No it doesn't shut off or stop recording when switching battery on X-T3. I have one with grip and all three batteries. Switching is seamless.

    It was the case on X-T2 and X-H1.

  7. Two highlights:

    4K 50/60P and FHD/2K 100/120P have a no crop option, with a slight quality loss.

    DOL-HDR readout mode used for WDR capture, providing additional 2EV DR in video mode (total 13EV+), at the expense of higher rolling shutter.

  8. 21 minutes ago, Trankilstef said:

    Refined and enhanced so it can shoot 6k60p? Cause this sensor only can do 6k30p... Well, we'll see. This camera interests me more and more.

    6K 3:2 open gate at 30P, 6K 2.4:1 at 60P

  9. 1 hour ago, TrueIndigo said:

    Is the UHD crop mode on the X-T3 only available for high speed shooting? I was wondering if you can set lower speeds like 25 fps in crop mode (with a view to using some old C-mount lenses on it).  

    If you enable SD film sim/HDMI F-log, you can shoot all 4k frame rates at 1.18 crop.

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