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  1. Keep in mind, you can always rent what you need...

    Keep in mind, you can always rent what you need if it's just for one project.
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    Okay, I just had an idea. Someone needs to make a...

    Okay, I just had an idea. Someone needs to make a headmount for the P4K so you can use it as an AR platform. Put a little wide angle pancake prime on there and off you go! It's got bluetooth, so you...
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    The Olympus EM1 Mark 2 is the only camera I've...

    The Olympus EM1 Mark 2 is the only camera I've seen do the watery effect sans EIS. It was the first time I'd actually seen that, and it wasn't with anything extreme like a whip-pan, either, just one...
  4. While the OIS on those lenses may be good, a max...

    While the OIS on those lenses may be good, a max aperture of f/2.8 may not be enough if one wants a shallow depth of field. A big max aperture isn't always about low-light, and I would argue that...
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    You are mistaking IBIS and EIS. The watery effect...

    You are mistaking IBIS and EIS. The watery effect is caused by crappy EIS (Electronic IS, basically in-body warp stabilizer). IBIS is where the sensor physically moves around inside the body, and...
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    Your results may vary. :)

    Your results may vary. :)
  7. Thread: Farewell BMPCC

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    Any difference between lossless raw and...

    Any difference between lossless raw and compressed with regards to moire?
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    The Sony Starvis IMX294CJK (what this mostly...

    The Sony Starvis IMX294CJK (what this mostly likely is) apparently has an interesting mode available:

    4:3 aspect ratio, 3704 x 2778 at .. 14-bit, 24fps. That sounds pretty interesting. Wouldn't...
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    There are some use cases where IBIS systems...

    There are some use cases where IBIS systems damage the image, and where shutting off IBIS doesn't help, because the sensor is in the camera jiggling around. Someone will eventually come up with the...
  10. If you're going to be shooting handheld a lot and...

    If you're going to be shooting handheld a lot and you don't hate your audience, yeah, IS is a wonderful thing. I had a SpeedBooster for my original Pocket and used the Canon 17-55 f/2.8 IS, and the...
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    This sensor is really interesting. Everyone is...

    This sensor is really interesting. Everyone is doing such different things with it!
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    I've seen lots of people express unhappiness with...

    I've seen lots of people express unhappiness with the "folder of frames" instead of a single file approach and which results in a less compute-intensive workflow. The latter is the most relevant to...
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    EIS is never going to be as good as stabilization...

    EIS is never going to be as good as stabilization in post, and depending on how bad it is (like that watery effect I usually see), damages the video beyond repair so you can't even fix that problem...
  14. Thread: The POCKET 4K

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    As I write this, the "heated discussion" is at 88...

    As I write this, the "heated discussion" is at 88 pages: http://www.bmcuser.com/showthread.php?21705-Blackmagic-Pocket-Cinema-4K-Camera/
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    I've seen some people wishing it had a 48fps...

    I've seen some people wishing it had a 48fps setting. Kind of ridiculous to have 30 and 60 but not 48.
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    Once someone comes up with a way to physically...

    Once someone comes up with a way to physically lock down the sensor when IBIS is shut off, the point will be moot. That's what I'm saying. We are still at the beginning of IBIS technology.
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    With IBIS, you don't need a full heavy rig. Not...

    With IBIS, you don't need a full heavy rig. Not all solutions are appropriate for every situation or user. This is not the right industry for Luddites.
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    Nobody has been smart enough to do it yet, but...

    Nobody has been smart enough to do it yet, but it'll come; it's inevitable, just like AF and now DPAF - once you try it, you're unlikely to go back if you shoot handheld. For some, it will be a...
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    waveforms would be great.

    waveforms would be great.
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    It still has the DC power port - there are plenty...

    It still has the DC power port - there are plenty of cheap power bricks with DC feature.
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    Yeah, but they do it in metric, eh?

    Yeah, but they do it in metric, eh?
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    Fair enough. Waveforms on the camera would be...

    Fair enough. Waveforms on the camera would be nice, eh?
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    It's an engineering sample. It's not even...

    It's an engineering sample. It's not even remotely time to worry about stuff like that.
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    I'd love to see someone adapt Fuji's Eterna film...

    I'd love to see someone adapt Fuji's Eterna film simulation to this camera. And Acros.
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    With the rise of gimbals, I don't think "cinema...

    With the rise of gimbals, I don't think "cinema camera ergonomics" should be judged the same way as in the past. Even something tiny like an FS5 will have trouble on a one-handled gimbal. The biggest...
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