For sale a must have kit for Blackmagic cameras.
Hoya UV-IR Filter 77mm. Perfect condition.
Ask $80 or $85 standalone
Mosaic Engineering OAA OLPF Filter kit (v1). Perfect condition. Works great without shimming with lenses up to 10mm. Fits to BMCC, BMPCC, BMMCC. You can see a lot of sample images taken using this filter in my posts.
Ask $250 or $285 standalone
Also for sale Tiffen Ultra Contrast 1 filter 77mm. Perfect condition.
Ask $75 standalone
Worldwide shipping by registered air mail with tracking number is about $5-10
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For sale a like new VAF50D mosaic engineering anti aliasing flter, make an offer please!
New import from USA to France is 350e with import taxes, crazy expensive but so important for having a perfect picture when RAW recording with the 50D, and the difference is clearly noticeable, you can have it right now for way less, international shipping, just dare give an offer and i'll let you know
FS (for sale) VAF-50D Mosaic Engineering anti aliasing and moire filter for CANON 50D
220e / 250usd free shipping from France, paypal payment.
send me private message if possible.
I was just looking at sample videos from the FZ1000 and noticed a weird aliasing effect when viewing the videos in a small window (not full screen) in HD. Either it's me and I'm going crazy or you can see it too.
This is a random sample video I found - watch in HD and look at the cables and especially the trees!:
Or here - play in this window and change to HD or 4K:
While it might be somewhat nonsensical to play a video in HD in a tiny window, the effect still struck me as pretty weird! I noticed because I changed the videos to HD before going full screen. Especially for the vimeo video, the effect is very visible and I imagine a lot of people don't go fullscreen on every single video they watch.
I haven't tried for footage from other cameras and perhaps this is a well-known effect and I just haven't noticed so far?? I do know a little about aliasing/moire and how some cameras are worse than others. But this isn't to do with the camera, right (as the effect goes away when you adjust the size of the window). Is this to do with the compression?