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Yehouda

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  1. SIGMA announces L-mount version of their prime lenses and an new EF to L-mount adapter. https://www.l-rumors.com/sigma-announces-the-release-of-12-new-l-mount-art-lenses/ https://www.l-rumors.com/sigma-announces-the-new-canon-ef-to-l-mount-mc-21-adapter/ Good news for S1/R!
  2. Rycote Super-Softie 3D-Tex are great. http://mymic.rycote.com/products/windshield-solutions/super-softie-windshield/
  3. I really hope A7SIII and maybe A7000 will have electronic variable ND. It should be a game changer to have this technology on such small cameras.
  4. I wish a small and lightweight cinema camera from Canon with S35 or FF sensor (maybe a XC with RF mount) and Sony A7S III 🤞
  5. @androidlad and @Mokara You are absolutely right, so the question is why Canon didn't include a DIGIC DV in addition to a regular DIGIC one in their DSLR and mirrorless. For DSLR I can understand because those are clearly photo orientated products. For mirrorless which is a hybrid photo/video market the reason is segmentation: "no DIGIC DV in a photo capable product" (you can take photos with XC10/15 but it is just a bonus). The X processor 4 in the XT-3 prove that it is technically possible to have really good video capability in a small mirrorless body. In a body like EOS R/RP which are FF, Canon could do it at least for 24/25/30p if they wanted to. In addition to segmentation problem there is a business problem too. The market is shrinking so Canon's strategy may be to sell new products with old technology to stay economically relevant for their shareholders. They are somehow obligate to do that to stay in the first place in camera business. Only high-end products will have new technology and good video capacity (with some artificial limitations because it is Canon...). On the other hand it is an opportunity for smaller company like Fuji and Nikon to take market shares with new technology and very good affordable products.
  6. Since the XC10 in 2015 Canon have a very good XF-AVC 8 bits 422 305mbs codec. Why not use it in their EOS R/RP? Even in 5DIV or 1DXII instead of old MJPEG? Yes, I know ... segmentation ...
  7. Another disappointment from Canon! If they had an affodable dedicated video camera with RF mount I could understand why video capacity on EOS R/RP are so bad and I could understand their segmentation but this is not the case. We might have an affordable XC R or something one day or another but Canon don't tell us their roadmap on purpose for maximizing their sales. This EOS RP or even EOS R are not good enough for me to upgrade from my 80D which is a 3 years old FHD DSLR... That says it all...
  8. The problem is Panasonic said many times that S1/S1R are for photographers with some high end video capacity. So I hope we will have 10 bits and LOG internally. Without that S1/S1R will look like mirrorless 1DX Mark II for video (with better codec thoug but no DPAF). I have waited so far for S1 and I hope I will not be disapointed. After all Panasonic said S1/S1R will be "without compromise". Wait and see!
  9. This noise is normal for USM and there is no solution. For silent focusing you must have STM or NanoUSM.
  10. Skintones on A7III and A9 are much better than on the previous A series but this is still not Alexa, Venice, Varicam or Canon color science level SOOC or for flexibility in post.
  11. We already know that A7S III will have Venice color science so no more zombie skintones (I hope!)
  12. Yes, the future of camera is not really about pure image quality. Now it is about new technologies like AF, automatic variable ND filter, low light performance etc. With these technologies we will be able to work with minimal rigs and the camera system will be much smaller and lighter. Shooting movies will be faster, easier and cheaper.
  13. The image quality and stabilization are very good for the price but the sound is not so good. The internal microphone produce a very hissing sound on the sibilant. I hope there will be a possibility to connect a lavalier. Face tracking is great!
  14. This is a low light test of the Nikon Z6: It seems usable till 25600 ISO but for me 10000 or 12000 ISO is the max without post denoising, just like on Sony A7III.
  15. Yehouda

    Color science

    I don't say that specifically about your exemple and Canon color science evolution. I talked about relation between sensor and lense for color rendition as a general rule.
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