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nx500 4k crop mode

Marco Tecno

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​Never used the NX1, but I use peaking in my Panasonics. For fixed shots (where I don't change de focal distance I think that the enlarged view is ok - even preferred), but when I have to change focus while filming, pressing a button to bring the enlarged view (if you are working with non-native lenses) could introduce some shaking in the camera; I got better results with peaking.

​I use my NX1 with non-native lenses  i use Nikon lens and i do not do the focus zoom in i hate that it is to slow to use.. In fact using non-native lenses the back display for some reason seem brighter and even more easy to see focus then using the Samsung lens.

75% if this video was shot with Nikon lens all 100% manual focus. The raid shooting parts i am on a tripod with a 100x300 F4 lens all manual focus with no zoom in and no focus peaking it was not hard to do at all. But i use a finder on the back screen to block out the light and and gives me a great looking view when shooting i even use it now when shooting photos..

finder http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BGFTSGU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1



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