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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacobo Martinez View Post
    I still use a DSMC1 DRAGON 6k. I shot this commercial , JOYA CIGARS, a couple of weeks ago, it still is an amazing sensor!

    https://vimeo.com/291213670

    Precioso.....
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    i just bought the dragon x came in the mail yesterday . i'm having a issue using the compression rates in 5k can someone tell me whats the best with out killing my card in 10 seconds . i wanna shoot 5k full format i guess thats full sensor ?
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    For a 5k dragon you should be somewhere between 5:1 and 10:1 compression for optimal quality. You can go higher, but it will make your footage noisier and will make color correcting more difficult.

    What size cards do you have?
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    7:1 & 8:1 are really enough on Dragon 5k sensor. I have 2x 120gb cards, and I never had any issues on card space.

    13:1 like on the above video and you will loose sharpness.
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    I think I found a mistake on the Red Data Rate calculator. But would be nice if the Dragon-X can do that kind of magic.
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