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Feb 08, 2019 16:36 |  #46

DreDaze wrote in post #18807314 (external link)
shouldn't a benefit of a mirrorless camera be a faster frame rate? i don't get these ridiculously low fps

Still needs a suitable processor and buffer. It can definitely be faster Nikon gets you 8, Sony 10, Fuji up to 30, Panasonic 9. Canon is the exception.


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Feb 08, 2019 17:00 |  #47

DreDaze wrote in post #18807314 (external link)
shouldn't a benefit of a mirrorless camera be a faster frame rate? i don't get these ridiculously low fps

If all they were doing was getting rid of the flappy mirror then yes, absolutely. However, they now have to process additional information for the EVF/rear screen and process all of the DPAF data.


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Feb 08, 2019 17:11 |  #48

Am I the only one who fundamentally dislikes the idea of buying and filling up my data storage devices with 50Gbytes per image at >10fps, and managing backing up the data (and refreshing backups whenever storage media displaces the old technology media) ?!
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Feb 08, 2019 17:30 |  #49

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Am I the only one who fundamentally dislikes the idea of buying and filling up my data storage devices with 50Gbytes per image at >10fps, and managing backing up the data (and refreshing backups whenever storage media displaces the old technology media) ?!
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honestly, how often do you ever hold down the shutter at 10fps?


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Feb 08, 2019 17:44 |  #50

DreDaze wrote in post #18807371 (external link)
honestly, how often do you ever hold down the shutter at 10fps?

And keep every image. I think most burst shooters are looking for that just right shot and discard the rest, no?


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Feb 08, 2019 18:07 |  #51

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And keep every image. I think most burst shooters are looking for that just right shot and discard the rest, no?

bingo

if going through, finding, and tagging keepers is too slow, then fast framerate is borderline useless. I find that with tagging and/or protecting images, I can vastly speed up workflow.

Unless I'm using flash, I simply leave on the fastest burst speed I have.


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Feb 08, 2019 18:10 |  #52

Wilt wrote in post #18807364 (external link)
Am I the only one who fundamentally dislikes the idea of buying and filling up my data storage devices with 50Gbytes per image at >10fps, and managing backing up the data (and refreshing backups whenever storage media displaces the old technology media) ?!
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My phone does probably 15 to 20 fps, why should my camera that costs thousands of dollars do less?

delete non keepers, you'de do the same with your phone.


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Feb 09, 2019 15:01 |  #53

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My phone does probably 15 to 20 fps, why should my camera that costs thousands of dollars do less?

How many mega pixels is your camera capturing?

What bit depth?

How large are the raw data files?

Is it tracking focus the entire time?

How is the jpg processing for noise, color and tone?


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Feb 09, 2019 15:40 |  #54

Left Handed Brisket wrote in post #18807858 (external link)
How many mega pixels is your camera capturing?

What bit depth?

How large are the raw data files?

Is it tracking focus the entire time?

How is the jpg processing for noise, color and tone?

Afaik, it does AF while bursting. 12mp, 2MB jpeg.


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Feb 09, 2019 22:08 |  #55

The RP is shaping up to be a great vlogging camera. I like the minimalist vibe it gives off and the size seems very attractive. I am curious if it will have C-Log and the specific details about the 4k capabilities.




  
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Feb 10, 2019 01:26 |  #56

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The RP is shaping up to be a great vlogging camera. I like the minimalist vibe it gives off and the size seems very attractive. I am curious if it will have C-Log and the specific details about the 4k capabilities.

is vlogging really something that needs a decent camera? i mean, just get something with a wide angle, since you'll be holding it close to your face, and you are fine...


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Feb 10, 2019 05:19 |  #57

Canon already has a great vlogging camera that everyone seemed to love at its release.


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Feb 10, 2019 16:02 as a reply to  @ DreDaze's post |  #58

My thought exactly... how many people are actually vlogging, and do the camera companies actually consider those users when they build a new camera, or is it just a feature set that's already included that they can then use to market to those people? Besides, to "vlog" what do you need other than the video function and a screen that turns around? It's not like the technical demands are high to video someone that's sitting in one place and not moving.


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Feb 10, 2019 16:14 |  #59

DreDaze wrote in post #18808135 (external link)
is vlogging really something that needs a decent camera? i mean, just get something with a wide angle, since you'll be holding it close to your face, and you are fine...

Nope. Thanks for that incredible insight. :-)

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Canon already has a great vlogging camera that everyone seemed to love at its release.

Agree.

smmokan wrote in post #18808595 (external link)
My thought exactly... how many people are actually vlogging, and do the camera companies actually consider those users when they build a new camera, or is it just a feature set that's already included that they can then use to market to those people? Besides, to "vlog" what do you need other than the video function and a screen that turns around? It's not like the technical demands are high to video someone that's sitting in one place and not moving.

A lot of people are vlogging. A great vlogging camera is great video (log file), rotating screen, light + sturdy, and mic input. A lot of people want 4K uncropped and in-body stabilization.




  
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Feb 11, 2019 18:13 |  #60

They have a price in pounds anyway. Says it ships on 2-27-19. Still, if it has that sensor we suspect it has, I'll skip it.

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