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5 hours ago, Brian Williams said:

It’s funny, because every review I read of the Sigma FP, they always marked it as a negative that it “only” had an electronic shutter, for a camera clearly geared towards video.

Dinosaurs roaming amongst us I suppose.

 

Sometimes I feel photography sites should never review cinema cameras. As they always will screw it up. Guaranteed 

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1 hour ago, sanveer said:

Unfortunately, that would affect photo quality,  substantially. Especially with fast moving subjects and mixed lighting.

For video it won't make any difference. 

 

That's why I said GHx and SxH cameras. 

 

If you care about photography so much that a moderate hit in quality in extreme conditions bother you then buy a Panasonic G9 / S1R instead 

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2 hours ago, Thomas Hill said:

This is sounding way more like an X-H2 than an X-T4. 

A lot of what most everyone wanted improved on the X-T3 were features already on the X-H1. So I guess they decided they need only one professional stills/video hybrid moving forward that has everything, rather than artificially segment two flagships.  I just hope it’s not too much more expensive than the X-T3...

Maybe then they can beef up the X-T40 abut you close the gap that a supercharged X-T4 will make.

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On 2/6/2020 at 2:37 AM, IronFilm said:

 

That's why I said GHx and SxH cameras. 

 

If you care about photography so much that a moderate hit in quality in extreme conditions bother you then buy a Panasonic G9 / S1R instead 

Unless they come up with a superb industrial design idea, when the mechanical shutter retracts in, to allow for the electronic variable ND to move forward or backwards.

If one were go have 2 distinct camera bodies (and 2 completely different mounts too?) for videos and photo, it wouldn't really be a hybrid camera, would it? Also, then one would rather have a proper cinema camera and a high MP full frame or medium format (Sony A7R iv?)

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