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4K 160P 10bit Video Example

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

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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?
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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.
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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?
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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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