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Paul Jonathan

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  1. Ah thanks for the link. That doesn't seem to good indeed.
  2. Any chance for this to be passed down to the GFX50 eventually? Or is there some physical difference (processing power f.ex.) to prevent this from happening?
  3. Any hands on experiences with these? I feel like there should be a few people at least since they've been selling them since late last year.
  4. Any input? Would really appreciate some feedback on this very promising looking rehouse!
  5. Thanks for the links - but those are the old cinemodded versions, not the full rehouse. I am looking for advice on the new ones, released last fall, however seemingly in very small quantities (I was quoted 2-3 months when I enquired..). Oh great, how is your impression of the mechanics say compared to a Compact Prime? I heard that the front still extends a little outwards on focussing? How are the focus marks? I've heard they have improved those since the initial release.. Also, do you have any of the other rehouses? Particularly interested in the 20mm, since they do them (they confirmed via email), but can't find any pictures of them anywhere.
  6. Hello everyone, Great to see that there is a dedicated lens section on this lovely forum now! Ironglass, a Ukraine company, that has been offering cinemodded Russian lenses (such as the Helios 44-2) for a number of years is now offering a completely rehoused version of their lenses. I bought the original cinemods back in 2018 and am now thinking of upgrading. So I am familiar with their optical performance, however I would be interested if anyone here has seen these up close and can speak to their mechanical capacity, i.e. how well the rehouse is done. I've seen a number of announcements around the web from last fall, but no real hands-on reviews. I'd be really grateful for anyone experiences on these!
  7. @stephen how is your experience with latency? Any comparison to the AccSoon Cineye perhaps? I sent that one back because oftentimes I couldn't get a clean signal from it, but what I liked about it that it could be powered via USB-C.
  8. Haha yes you're right, I wasn't quite specific ? I meant in the length and width dimension, not the depth. Found a D-Tap to USB-C adapter on Aliexpress btw
  9. @Anaconda_ the Nomis seem pretty bulky - I am looking for the new, more compact versions.. @Mike Mgee interesting - yes I've seen those around and the price looks pretty affordable! I currently have an offer to buy two Patona V-Mounts for 120 a piece, which would be even cheaper than the prices I am finding for the rebrands that you posted.. Gonna keep looking around. @JordanWright yes the Fxlion Nano Two looks amazing and I love the USB-C, however I can't seem to justify the significant markup just yet. The lowest I can find them at is 250, which is more than double what I would pay for ones without the USB-C. However they would negate the need for a USB-C to D-Tap adapter.. hmm Thanks for all the responses everyone - super helpful
  10. Hey everyone, with the advent of the new compact-size V-mounts I was wondering what everyone's favorite brands are and if people can recommend anyone in particular? Requirements: - 95 or 98Wh, i.e. airline approved - D-Tap & USB Output - Compact dimensions & weight Also anyone come across a good USB-C to P-tap/D-tap Adapter? That would turn these V-mounts into a powerbank that could power pretty much anything.
  11. @jpfilmz and could you perhaps try to monitor the memory usage as well? Would be interesting to see if DaVinci and Premiere take advantage of the 64 gigs memory, or if the processor bottlenecks before that..
  12. @jpfilmz awesome, thanks for the update. Any DaVinci experience already? I've been reading online that the 2.3 vs the 2.4 ghz 8-cores don't really make much of a difference given same memory and graphics. Wouldn't mind saving those 200 bucks if true. Can you perhaps provide some screenshots of your processor usage under load?
  13. This thread seems to be getting waaaay off-topic, this is about video editing on the new 16" MBP, not the old windows vs mac or laptop vs tower discussion, smh.. So if anyone is actually in possession of the new Macbook Pro and can share some experiences regarding workflow in FCP, Premiere and DaVinci that would be very interesting, in particular in regards to the different configurations offered.
  14. Dimitris, there seems to a simple software fix posted on the Macrumors forum, did that work for you? https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/any-one-notices-the-cracking-popping-sound-of-new-16-inch-mbp.2211902/page-7?post=28012328#post-28012328
  15. Any more results/experiences from people owning the MBP 16"? Looking to buy one soon, not sure whether to geth 32 or 64 gigs and whether the 2.4 vs 2.3 8-core makes a sizeable difference in DaVinci. Graphics of course maxed out..
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