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  1. #1 Epic W Stills 'jewelry' 
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    Did a little jewellery shoot. Messed about with the Epic W to see how it faired to my Canon 5D mk4. It's pin sharp at 6k WS @75fps. Very impressed. Trying out a few more pieces tomorrow, but so far this is one hell of a camera.
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    Would love to see some of the results
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    Why not use it to full extend, shoot stills 12 fps full bandwidth and full sensor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    Why not use it to full extend, shoot stills 12 fps full bandwidth and full sensor?
    Exactly, go even further . . . 8K 4:1 aspect gives you Red Code 2:1 at 12fps and looks all cinematic 'n shit ;-)
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    If he's also doing video 12fps isnt going to cut it

    Unless it's some faux stop motion
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeb B View Post
    Exactly, go even further . . . 8K 4:1 aspect gives you Red Code 2:1 at 12fps and looks all cinematic 'n shit ;-)
    This is what I'm working with. The only think is I haven't nailed down what shutter angle best captures stills for me here...using mostly available light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew R Lewis View Post
    This is what I'm working with. The only think is I haven't nailed down what shutter angle best captures stills for me here...using mostly available light.
    You can go 360 if the object is not moving. I done stills in like 4 frames 360 with frame sum. to get as clean as possible. Going slower than that or possibly even on that speed you can start to get some odd artifacts. But if the light is what you are after and noise free images than those artifacts can easily be painted out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    You can go 360 if the object is not moving. I done stills in like 4 frames 360 with frame sum. to get as clean as possible. Going slower than that or possibly even on that speed you can start to get some odd artifacts. But if the light is what you are after and noise free images than those artifacts can easily be painted out.
    if you are getting artifacts for a particular shutter speed .. just do a blackshading calibration to get rid of them . in an ideal world, you would do a calibration each time you change the shutter .. long exposures will give you artifacts if you've gone from 75fps etc ... create some blackshading profiles for the job, and you can forget about the artifacts
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    If you're doing still life frames definitely turn on frame averaging. #ZeroNoise
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    What's the real-world difference between frame summing and frame averaging again?
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