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On 10/13/2020 at 10:21 AM, Anaconda_ said:

I've never used the Micro or the Micro Studio 4k camera. But in theory, if you used a Ninja V, could you rig up the Micro Studio 4k camera in this same setup, and get a 4k recording?

The only thing you can't do is record internally on the camera right?

That would be a pretty slick setup.

The sensor on the Micro Studio 4k is not very good, especially compared with that on the Micro Cinema Camera.

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