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Feb 20, 2018 21:20 |  #121

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18568395 (external link)
The €1900 X-H1 is a small handheld camera so it's hardly going to compete with an €10,000 FS7 on the options list.
I use an FW700, (still) a great 4K camera, with a 7Q attached. As most things running a modular set up allows you to solve any problems including ITC between cameras. No reason you can run something like 7Q on the X-H1. So really sound syncing will be fine with this.

The X-H1 only records 14Bit files, the GFX also is 14Bit raw or 8 Bit TIFF internal.

The 7q can do continuous ltc input? That solves that problem then. Great to hear.


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Feb 20, 2018 21:46 |  #122

The files are either 8 bit or 16 bit.

If the file is a Fuji 16 bit file, it contains 14'bits of data. The other two bits do not contain image data. The choice is you either have 1byte of data (8 bits) or 2 bytes of data (16 bit) even though you can only use 14 of them.

I use 16 bit TIF files from Xpro1, Xpro2 and GFX. I create layered files in PS which are even bigger and they work fine.


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Feb 21, 2018 04:18 as a reply to  @ F2Bthere's post |  #123

Thats all go on the tech side, but the camera is only giving you 14bits of colour max. Perhaps I miss understood your post :oops:

There are other timecode options too, recording TC to an audio channel with something like tentacle or using a plugin for making it easy to do from scratch audio in post. I've no idea if the X-H1 will output to the 7Q I hope it will...


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Feb 24, 2018 03:13 as a reply to  @ Two Hot Shoes's post |  #124

My desire is to get all 14 bits of color and tone information in a TIF file to give me maximum advantage in post. Otherwise, I have 1/64th the amount of information--not trivial. :)


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Feb 24, 2018 13:06 |  #125

Sounds like the X-H1 will be interesting as far as battery consumption goes....... I guess first implementation of the IBIS needs some more firmware tweaking.......


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Feb 24, 2018 13:21 as a reply to  @ AlanU's post |  #126

What makes you say that?


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Feb 24, 2018 13:36 |  #127

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18571260 (external link)
What makes you say that?


Just spoke to a camera rep that had a Fuji event. His observation and "fuji chat" amongst the bunch was faster battery drain...Perhaps a bit premature for me to say on the internet. I missed the Fuji event yesterday :(

I wonder how many maH drain IBIS actually draws from the same small battery.....


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Feb 24, 2018 13:42 as a reply to  @ AlanU's post |  #128

I think they should have went with the GFX battery as optimistically rumored.


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Feb 24, 2018 14:32 as a reply to  @ AlanU's post |  #129

Faster drain compared to what, it is it's own camera.

Sure the X-T2 is rated at 340 shots but the X-PRO2 is rated at 250 shots! (I get about 400 shots per battery on my X-PRO2). All have the same battery. Fujifilm expect about 350 shots from most of the 24Mpx line, the X-PRO2 and the X-H1 being the exceptions.

Rightly or wrongly the same battery is now used on all the 24Mpx cameras, those of us who already have more batteries then fingers appreciate that. 900 shots with the grip is fine. For Video the record time max is 30mins of 4K, one battery will last for 35-45min, if you have the grip on that raises to just over 1.5 hours. That is lots of shoot time. And if you really need to be shooting without a break for more than that, you'll be using an external recorder so might as well use an external power supply, either mains or battery.


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Feb 24, 2018 17:38 as a reply to  @ AlanU's post |  #130

I guess a little tweaking is needed for the IBIS, just not by Fuji ;-)a


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Feb 25, 2018 09:00 |  #131

Was IBIS working properly on that Sony. I never tried any IBIS camera but that looked bad. Video wise I have no clue which is good which is bad.


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Feb 25, 2018 09:17 |  #132

bobbyz wrote in post #18571839 (external link)
Was IBIS working properly on that Sony. I never tried any IBIS camera but that looked bad. Video wise I have no clue which is good which is bad.

I dont have that lens.. but that looked horrible.. almost like some thing was wrong..
I have a 28. Prime which is not stabilised. And i get better results .. but im trying ..

So, how where they walking with each lens.? What are they doing with each? Are they trying equally with each?(Or not trying )

Something does seem off
But maybe the fujis is that good!?.. that it makes it seem that way.. only time will tell


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Feb 25, 2018 12:13 as a reply to  @ rantercsr's post |  #133

Seems like they were running with both cameras based on their comments...assuming they’re consistent in their test.


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Feb 27, 2018 11:27 |  #134

I agree, something seemed very amiss with the Sony IBIS.

Either way, the Fuji looked great, and nearly on point with the excellent Olympus IBIS. I'm stoked for Thursday, have my Fuji on preorder.




  
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Feb 27, 2018 12:10 |  #135

Based on research seems some reviewers say the fuji ibis over corrects sometimes , leading to some weird jerkiness..
So has a hard time sometimes differentiating between intended movement and not intentional.
How ever should be correctable with firmware upgrades.. as its similar to what panasonic and Olympus experienced during there first attempts at ibis


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