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Upgrading to the NX1 from Canon, ideas?


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​Hasn't been a problem for me. There is aliasing when you shoot in HD, but the same shot in 4K downsized in post to HD shows none of that.

I've had and posted examples of moire (which is a form of aliasing) in 4k. And downscaling will only make it worse.

It's not a big deal, not often, I just didn't agree that downscaling removed it.

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I've had and posted examples of moire (which is a form of aliasing) in 4k. And downscaling will only make it worse.

It's not a big deal, not often, I just didn't agree that downscaling removed it.

​I did a series of shots a few weeks back with all of my old cameras capable of doing some sort of video, with a mind to making a youtube movie showing the issues with them and how video has evolved over the years. The last two sets of clips were the NX1 in HD mode and 4K outputted as HD in post. All of the clips were shot at default settings. Aliasing was common in the HD clips, but the same scenes shot in 4K had none. Other than that both sets looked similar when conformed to HD.

So, the advice I would give is shoot in 4K and conform that on output to HD, and it should solve the issue the earlier poster was whining about.

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