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markr041 09-09-2019 03:25 PM

4K 160P 10bit Video Example
 
Yes, 4K 160 fps and 10bit, with widescreen crop.


Cloudstrewn 09-10-2019 02:21 AM

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Originally Posted by markr041 (Post 58535086)
Yes, 4K 160 fps and 10bit, with widescreen crop.

https://youtu.be/SlAWSKgeByA

This is a game-changer isn't it. Starting to make Sony and Panasonic offerings look rather ordinary.

The picture mostly looked clean, but around 3:20 the greenery was noisy. Did you use different settings here?

Presumably you have an external monitor, do you power camera and monitor off a single battery?

markr041 09-10-2019 05:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Cloudstrewn (Post 58536908)
This is a game-changer isn't it. Starting to make Sony and Panasonic offerings look rather ordinary.

The picture mostly looked clean, but around 3:20 the greenery was noisy. Did you use different settings here?

Presumably you have an external monitor, do you power camera and monitor off a single battery?

Yes, the camera is remarkable. Yes, I noticed the noisy trees in that clip too; I will check if the metadata gives me a clue as to why. I do not recall any different setting, and the scene is sunlit.

I do not use an external monitor for any of the videos I shot with this camera - no need. The on-camera lcd is sufficient for me. I use focus peaking (which works using AF) and focus magnification (MF) for focus. So, my "rig" is camera + lens - a compact ProRes and RAW 4K video shooter with relatively high DR, at high speeds.

markr041 09-13-2019 08:04 PM

The Crosswalk: Walking as Ballet
 

Wait for the skateboarder at the end. This is one clip.

Cloudstrewn 09-14-2019 02:34 AM

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Originally Posted by markr041 (Post 58554964)

Noise in the detailed green areas is much less evident here than in the previous 160p video. Did you use noise reduction in camera or in post here?

markr041 09-14-2019 06:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Cloudstrewn (Post 58555578)
Noise in the detailed green areas is much less evident here than in the previous 160p video. Did you use noise reduction in camera or in post here?

Yes, here I used Neat video to reduce noise. Did a good job. Easy.


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