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Started by a1ex, September 07, 2012, 04:51:40 PM
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Quote from: 1% on October 23, 2012, 05:00:10 PMI don't think this feature exists in the HW encoder.
Quote from: 1% on October 24, 2012, 11:37:17 PMI just see no point in releasing new cameras and not adding new features. Everyone else tries to push in their products. How can you push hardware and say screw it to software. We don't have to copy their code, the features would be implemented all different. HDMI out should have been 1080p from the get go, otherwise why even spend the money on the HDMI processing and the connector. Just who needs not HDMI the way it is now? Its not just that you can't record from it, its that its just as blurry as the SD out. Even if they left off 4:2:2 they should still have kept it real size in idle. I don't think it will ever work while recording because of hardware limitations (esp, digic IV). We'll never be a C300 because the 30 minute limit appears hard-coded and the cameras overheat. The crop sensors and even the full frames aren't like a full professional camcorder. Genlock and things like that are also hard to implement within what the hardware can do. The DSLRs can only complement and moonlight as cinema cameras. In fact, C300 and others can't do what things like red/arri/bmcc can at lower/similar prices. 1DC will be their first effort but it seems a bit late. People are recording uncompressed from GH2 right now. How many GH2s + recorders can you buy for 1 5dIII? How can they be mad about features they don't have and don't really sell. CHDK gives raw to point and shoots and they're still selling the DSLRs. They need to give full HDMI to all cameras going back as far as 550D. 5dIII should be shooting 2k with full clean HDMI at the price its selling anything less and people will go elsewhere at this point unless their main focus is stills. But how long before that goes to nikon or someone else?
Quote from: 1% on October 25, 2012, 12:18:15 AMPanasonic's thoughts on GH2 hacks:- It's like a great car--you just want to soup it up and do even more with it.Darin Pepple, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Imaging at Panasonic Consumer Electronics Co.
Quote4K is still in the early stages of growth
Quote from: hjfilmspeed on October 25, 2012, 12:36:59 AM Thank you exactly! And the gh2 resolves great as is! ugggg please canon! canon u imagine ML plus 5d3 plus 1000 lines---> joy overload! haha
Quote from: hjfilmspeed on October 25, 2012, 04:06:42 AMRight! i hope! also i agree 1% that eoshd.com is a lil harsh against canon at times. they seem a lil jaded. But they do dig up some interesting stuff. a1ex is also right. canon does listen. but they do so just a lil at a time. its like sd cards. they need to make as much money off them as possible other wise we would see 2tb sd cards on the market for the price of 16 giggers. in the same token panasonic seems to listen more i guess. gh3 with 1080 60p or gopro hero 3 with 2k? the market is so crazy right now. And dont say "then buy a gh3" I like the look of the 5d3 and the low light abilities are a force to be reckoned with. But why have all that then top it off with poo rez. there must be a way to better sample the image. look at its s2 jpeg. tack sharp! true 1000 lines makes a hudge difference not only in natural sharpness but it grades way better too! if there is noise its much finer as well. Im not asking for 4444 sony f35 65 raw intense 3D core what ever just a naturally sharp images. And please why say 90mbs if more then half the time it sits at like 30 or so. It should have been ibp codec for (consumers or realy long shoots) and then a pro codec outside of h.264 but inside its processing power. oh boy another rant of mine. Im gunna get kicked out of here huh. Again none of this i expect from ML. They have done plenty in my opinion.
Quote from: Lcrusher on October 25, 2012, 10:27:46 AMGuys, do you think 422 in 8bit will help with the grading? Greenscreen - yes. But grading? I'm really not sure. I've tested some d800 footage compared to the ninja. Even with it's lower bitrate if holds up pretty nicely. 422 10bit - now that's cool
Quote from: DTSET123 on October 25, 2012, 10:39:46 AMThat's what I'm thinking too. How much of a difference will it make? Does it worth spending extra $1,000? Can some one share their experience with Ninja and 8 bit 422 vs 420.
Quote from: a1ex on September 07, 2012, 04:51:40 PMFeatures:- Anamorphic and fisheye correction
Quote from: hjfilmspeed on October 25, 2012, 07:27:06 PMExactly 1% I did a strait up comparison between all-i 1080 and a s2 jpegs at 6fps (down sampled in camera but sequenced in 24p time line in post) NIGHT AND DAY! The rez is there, its just a matter of achiveing that at 24p. from all these benchmark tests it seems like the 5d3s got the power. maybe my math is off but i feel like canon could totaly provide a 1080 mjpeg on the 5d3. even if we went back to shorter clip lengths. heck id take a few minutes of that at this point. This is not a feature i expect from ML as i said they have done enough. i would expect it from canon.
Quote from: nanomad on October 25, 2012, 06:29:26 PMIt's pointless, you can defish in post-production with much better results
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