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sony F3 vs A7s


andrew mcmillan
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20 hours ago, Vladimir said:

Just decided to upgrade to a7sii and then meet this thread (things will never be simple again ). Now i cant go any further before ill compare downscaled 4k 8bit 4:2:2 and 10bit from F3. Can anyone help me and provide some footage from F3? Google it but have no results. If someone has 60fps footage that would be totally great...

Ed David might have some. He used to shoot with it a lot I think. 

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21 hours ago, Vladimir said:

Just decided to upgrade to a7sii and then meet this thread (things will never be simple again ). Now i cant go any further before ill compare downscaled 4k 8bit 4:2:2 and 10bit from F3. Can anyone help me and provide some footage from F3? Google it but have no results. If someone has 60fps footage that would be totally great...

Don't have footage right at the moment (my HDD just died on me :(), but I'll tell you this. THe a7sII (and original) do give a great image. For 4k, they're your only option with the F3 tapping out at HD.

But man, that F3 footage... 10-bit 4:4:4, and even 4:2:2...

The a7sII doesn't match it IMO, especially in the grade. The a7sII has a lot of other things going for it, and still gives you a great image.

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2 minutes ago, jax_rox said:

The a7sII doesn't match it IMO, especially in the grade. The a7sII has a lot of other things going for it, and still gives you a great image.

Of course i understand that. I just need to see the gap with my own eyes and decide to sacrifice mobility over color or opposite.

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