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Quote from: DerekDock on June 28, 2013, 09:51:54 PMI see your points but I'm finding that I don't need the record times afforded by the Cf card cams. With the 6D I can record 1080 2.35 for almost 20 seconds (in theory as I don't have it yet). Which is perfect for me as the data and cost of media gets out of control on the 5D mk3. For $900 less than the 5D I can have the 6D with mosaic filter and have the same image quality, a nice form factor, and more manageable data. That works for me and gives me $ to spend on glass and creative cloud. I also have unlimited access to two Mark3s owned by my brother and a friend, so if I find I need one its a phone call and an hours drive away. I have a 60D as well and have been shooting a good amount of RAW on it even with a SD bottleneck that is much worse than on the 6D. I'm sure ill be stoked. Really now my only concern is getting the 6D to play nice with RAWmagic so my workflow can be smoother. But the VAF purchase is likely coming sooner than later.
Quote from: cthornhill on June 30, 2013, 01:51:30 AMI think (just my opinion) the VAF-60 is a nice option.
Quote from: cthornhill on June 30, 2013, 06:11:09 AMVery nice since at this point histogram or waveform or even spot meter are all off (with global draw).
Quote from: Nang on July 02, 2013, 03:00:37 AMHey guys here's my first video I shot using the raw format:It was shot in 960x544 and then I output to 1280x720 (psd) from Lightroom and edit in Premiere Pro. I have a few questions: Are there any simple solution to reducing/eliminating moire and aliasing? I know there's the VAF-60D, but it's way too expensive for me. Can anyone recommend a good efficient workflow? I don't know if my mind can handle going into 50+ folders in Lightroom, white balancing/tweaking them, and playing the waiting game while exporting each into PSD files again.Thanks
Quote from: KahL on July 02, 2013, 06:39:17 PMIf you have a CUDA based card, then Davinci Resolve Lite is your best friend. Saves a TON of time processing the raw frames.
Quote from: Abstrak on July 02, 2013, 09:28:40 PMHow many frames were you getting its probably pretty high.
Quote from: Abstrak on July 02, 2013, 09:28:40 PMI was skeptical about shooting 960x544 but uprezzed to 720 looks better than 1080 h.264 for sure. I'm going to try and shoot something at that resolution during the 4th. How many frames were you getting its probably pretty high.
Quote from: sarotaz on July 03, 2013, 06:38:05 PM@marekkDoes bad_pixel opticode work only with adobe products? I wonder if that could be added this feature in other converter like rawmagic/eyeframe or it is only for raw2dng.I try to convert with this software (more time-saving) but black and hot pixel are still visible. I can reinstall version with LV_AF_RAW but losing all new feature. What do you recommend?
Quote from: marekk on July 03, 2013, 06:44:50 PMI don't know it other products support this feature. We are waiting for support of badpixel_opcode in rawmagic and raw2cdng to test if Davinci Resolve removes hot pixels automatically. You can open DNG files in RawTherapee. There is a Dead/hot pixel filter which removes all bad pixels with or without badpixel_opcode. We can't open files from raw2dng in Davinci Resolve to test it now because it doesn't support 14bit.
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