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  1. Cameramoto

    z6 vs XT3

    You might need that 60p 4K from the fuji. I found it quite useful in my line of work. For shallow deph, I got a Fujinon 35mm 1.4 and a 50mm 1.4 Zeiss canon. And for the recording I stayed with the internal recording. I didn't get any problem in Davinci as of yet and I grade heavily. So, all good with the H.265.
  2. Dynamic range look great on your footage.
  3. I have a great deal of fun in Davinci grading F-log footage. The 10 bit files are really flexible. And most of all, since it's a 6k sensor downsizing the image to a 4k size, THE DETAILS... Just Jaw dropping. So until now it's been a great weapon. Technology moves so fast. It's kinda ridiculous to be working with such a small body. But whatever. I just need to slap a mattebox and a cage, a mic and VOILA! It's client friendly!
  4. I made this short for the holidays. Using primarily the stock IS 17-55 lens. Only the first shot is on gimbal.
  5. I just bought the fringer ef-fx adapter and it works well with IS lenses and the autofocus works well on recent canon lenses. My Tamron is old I guess so it doesn’t autofocus as fluidly.
  6. I bought the Viltrox and IS (image stabilisation) is not supported. Autofocus doesn’t always work on all lenses. So I sent it back. I’m waiting for the fringer ef-fx pro to test it.
  7. I tried the Viltrox with a tamron 24-70 2.8 IS and Canon 35 f2 IS and IS doesn't work. I am on the firmware 2.14. I tried downgrade but it doesn't work.
  8. Just get cheap Lexar 1000x UHSII. They work great in 400 mbps
  9. Non need to buy a new computer trust me. Just import the files in premiere. Make proxys of your footage in a small 1080p h.264 or proresLT. It will be buttery smooth for editing. Premiere will always use the original h.265 to make the final render.
  10. So I bought lexar 1000x UHSII cards and it records and playback fine in camera (4K 400 mbps).
  11. For 400 mbps recording, I made the mistake of buying 128GB cards rated V30. I can record but when I try to playback the files in camera, I get a read error. When I play the files on the computer, they are fine. When I record to 200 mbps, playback is fine in the camera.
  12. I just bought the camera and did the following test: Recording time regarding heat Room temperature of 17 degrees: 80 minutes in 4k 400 mbps LongGOP (two 128 gig cards) without a temperature warning. I had to change the battery at 40minutes. For the second battery, I also plugged an old battery bank: Sony CycleEnergy 10 000 mAh that outputs 5 volts in standard usb 2.0. I used a USB 3.0 to USB-C cable to connect to the camera. Because the battery bank outputs 5 volts and the camera would rather use 7 volts, at the end of 40 minutes, I had 15 % loss in the battery inside the camera. So I believe using old battery banks are a good option. I would not hesitate to use the camera for captions in shows or long interviews.
  13. Can someone tell me if the adapters ef-fx like the Viltrox and Fringer Pro keep the IS image stabilizer from the lenses working as good as on a Canon body? I have a Tamron 24-70 IS 2.8 that I would like to keep using on a Fuji X-T3. I didn’t see reviews adressing the IS in a convincing way.
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