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On 6/12/2020 at 5:41 PM, keessie65 said:

Thank you! I now switched from NX1 to X-T3 to X-T4. 

Ah! that is the case when you leave your trustworthy NX1, you change a camera every year!

I went the middle way, bought a P4K, and still using the good ol'NX cameras!

Have you sold all your NX equipement, then? 

What do you think in general NX1 vs X-T3 and now the X-T4?

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On 6/15/2020 at 4:24 AM, Kisaha said:

Ah! that is the case when you leave your trustworthy NX1, you change a camera every year!

I went the middle way, bought a P4K, and still using the good ol'NX cameras!

Have you sold all your NX equipement, then? 

What do you think in general NX1 vs X-T3 and now the X-T4?

I have sold all my NX1 gear. I love new things, but to be honest; NX1 has a way better grip and I liked that camera a lot. I hacked my NX1 and that improved quality, but the dynamic range had also his limitations, especially on skintones at sunny days (whitening out). I use my camera mostly for filming with vintage and anamorphic lenses. Sometimes I use the camera professional photos for a magazine. X-T4 has a bigger battery and IBIS. Also the smart switch between photo and film is a big plus. I think when X-H2 comes out, I switch again, but then I will keep my X-T4 for photographing. 

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On 6/16/2020 at 7:21 PM, keessie65 said:

I have sold all my NX1 gear. I love new things, but to be honest; NX1 has a way better grip and I liked that camera a lot. I hacked my NX1 and that improved quality, but the dynamic range had also his limitations, especially on skintones at sunny days (whitening out). I use my camera mostly for filming with vintage and anamorphic lenses. Sometimes I use the camera professional photos for a magazine. X-T4 has a bigger battery and IBIS. Also the smart switch between photo and film is a big plus. I think when X-H2 comes out, I switch again, but then I will keep my X-T4 for photographing. 

How is the Fujifilm colour science compared to NX1? I am struggling to find anything remotely comparable to the in-camera NX1 colours just the one single reason I never got a camcorder for video.

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On 6/26/2020 at 7:53 AM, SMGJohn said:

How is the Fujifilm colour science compared to NX1? I am struggling to find anything remotely comparable to the in-camera NX1 colours just the one single reason I never got a camcorder for video.

I am wondering that too... I would also see, which one are the suggested settings to have the best dynamic range?

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On 7/24/2020 at 10:49 PM, sev7en said:

I am wondering that too... I would also see, which one are the suggested settings to have the best dynamic range?

Master Black Levels at -15

0-255

GammaDR with 0.95 greens, sharpness at -10 and contrast at -10


And with the hack you want the video files at 130+ bitrate just to avoid the banding issues you might run into otherwise.
You can always tweak the master black levels and contrast to something like -10 and -5 respectably.

This is at least the flattest profile I ever gotten out of it when it was 80 bitrate I had banding issues in the sky, but increasing to 135 bitrate solved a lot of it.

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7 hours ago, SMGJohn said:

Master Black Levels at -15

0-255

GammaDR with 0.95 greens, sharpness at -10 and contrast at -10


And with the hack you want the video files at 130+ bitrate just to avoid the banding issues you might run into otherwise.
You can always tweak the master black levels and contrast to something like -10 and -5 respectably.

This is at least the flattest profile I ever gotten out of it when it was 80 bitrate I had banding issues in the sky, but increasing to 135 bitrate solved a lot of it.

Thank you! 

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