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  1. 13 minutes ago, Andrew Reid said:

    What sort of anamorphic lenses would cover 44x33 sensor? Answer: None of them.

    They are nearly all S35. Very few medium format anamorphic lenses out there... maybe for VistaVision somewhere in Hollywood?

    That's why the S1H anamorphic mode is only S35

    How do we know the slides are from that of a new cam, and not just the GFX 100 (as it's the same sensor)?

    There are quite a few large format anamorphic lenses for Alexa 65 that fit GFX.

    It’s a new cam because it’s a GFX with X-Trans IV CFA.

  2. 7 minutes ago, keessie65 said:

    Finally also Fuji in Anamorphic mode. I am using mostly anamorphic lenses on my X-T3. Any idea if this will be in APS-c as well?


    Would be great to implement a 3 x 3 colour aware binning on X-T3 for 2080 x 1386 RGB, but I think it’s unlikely because colour aware ADC is introduced in 3.76um gen 2 sensors (IMX461XTK)

  3. 8 hours ago, BrunoCH said:

    A $ 10,000 GFX100V?

    3882 is enough for 4KUHD not for 4KDCI.

    What’s this solution? A binning picture with moiré and aliasing at 444 color resolution? 


    It’s an anamorphic mode.

    And due to a 3x3 colour aware binning, it’s completely free of moire/aliasing, also with drastically increased sensitivity. Kinda similar to those 48mp > 12mp smartphone sensors but much much more advanced.

  4. 1 hour ago, Andrew Reid said:

    What was to stop Sony using their own Fuji X-T3 sensor in the A6600 and at least make it compete?

    Or was the sensor a Samsung part after all?

    Is Sony really telling APS-C users in 2019 that they don't quite have the technology to do 4K/60p or reduced rolling shutter on a crop sensor? No 10bit?

    Honestly buying a 2016 cam in 2019 just seems a bit of a waste of time.

    Sony Professional Video division negotiated with Sony Alpha to reserve IMX571 for its future pro camcorder products.

  5. 31 minutes ago, HockeyFan12 said:

    Shouldn't a speed booster shorten the focal flange distance? Do you have a different optical assumably designed so that this doesn't have to?

    As it's EF mount, would it work on C200 or EVA1? 

    It's been pointed out multiple times in this thread, that this speedbooster sits completely within the mount as a set of pure optical elements, it does not alter the EF mount in any way therefore does not change the focal flange distance. 

  6. Regardless of the output bit depth, they are all derived from linear 12bit readout, there’s no discernible DR difference between 10bit and 8bit on the same camera with the same picture profile, the benefit is flexibility in grading (4 times more bits per stop).

  7. Latest leak:

    The 60MP mirrorless from Nikon obviously share the same sensor (variant) as Sony A7R IV. But it'll extract the full potential of this sensor in both stills and video department, by employing 16bit RAW mode (as in GFX100) and supersampled 4K video with various crop factors and aspect ratios.



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