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post #31 of 33 Old 11-06-2013, 11:21 AM
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Even the most respected newspaper is biased, why wouldn't I be? wink.gif

And my english is kinda bad, so if the writing is not clear, its hard for me to understand
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Even the most respected newspaper is biased, why wouldn't I be? wink.gif

And my english is kinda bad, so if the writing is not clear, its hard for me to understand
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Just out of interest learned one,can you tell me me what was not clear in post 28 below

Yes moire and aliasing,i have seen it on some BMPCC films along with banding,regarding the Sony film yes its bad but its what i get filming hand held https://vimeo.com/57369071 and like i said i dont recall any GH2 films as bad,although a lot had banding as i did with my GH2 but dont get it with with the EOS M.
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Yes, moire and aliasing. I have seen it on some BMPCC films, along with banding. Regarding the Sony film, yes, its bad, but its what I get filming handheld. And like I said, I dont recall any GH2 films as bad, although a lot of them had banding. I dont have that problem with the EOS M.

It may be easy for you or some other US guys to read that, but I had to read it some times to understand wink.gif
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