idkdc wrote in post #18377118
I'll have to look at it again to put my finger on it, but the color and detail just looked off while editing in the programs and took longer to process and export. Once they exported to jpeg, everything looked gorgeous, but they were a pain to gauge while in raf format.
We used 256gb uhs ii 1000x lexar card...I think with write speed well above 100Mbps (12.5 MBps).
Fuji raw files look slightly more vivid vs the canon raw files imo. And yes the jpegs really do shine even sooc.
I think the card might be the culprit. This is directly from the Fuji website.
* For recording movies, use a card with UHS Speed Class 3 or higher.
* Individual movies cannot exceed approx. 10 min. on 4K mode, and approx 15 min. on Full HD mode.
* With Vertical Power Booster Grip attached, individual movie recording time is extended up to approx 30 min. on both 4K and Full HD mode.
* Although movie recording will continue without interruption when the file size reaches 4 GB, subsequent footage will be recorded to a separate file which must be viewed separately.