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    That was quick. Atomos has just announced that 16-bit Linear RAW recording support will come to their Neon Class Displays.

    https://www.newsshooter.com/2019/09/...es-raw-update/

    That makes me think we'll see a smaller Neon at some point or they'll find a way to release it into the other lines likely through newer models.
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    The shootout I'd like to see is the FX9, C500Mk2, BMPCC6K and DSMC2 Gemini...

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    I hate the term "game changer" but the eye tracking AF and Venice color science really make that term apply here. Unfortunately I see his camera taking over the mid-low end since the "one man band" will now be a very reasonable approach to cine style shooting, even at T1.4. 6K downsampled to 4K 10bit 422 is plenty good for 86% of shows. I can't wait to see what my 40mm Zeiss Batis looks like on this guy.
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    Atomos CEO on 16-bit RAW from FX9, ProRes RAW Adoption & Shogun 7 Now 3000 Nits




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    Look at this fx9 footage , you can download the 4k version

    https://vimeo.com/359749679
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacobo Martinez View Post
    Look at this fx9 footage , you can download the 4k version

    https://vimeo.com/359749679
    Nice and Sony in colours.

    It is lovely, but doesn't tell me much about what I am curious about the camera outside that it has a large sensor and creates nice images within a controlled exposure range.

    Now, this is NOT critique of Sony. Any manufacturer would do the same. But it is a bit uninformative imagery.

    (For anyone reading things into things... :) This was not meant as a snarky remark. I am very curious about this cam)
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    What would happen if you put on an E mount to EF or PL speedbooster? Would it be larger than full frame?
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    A “speed-booster” or focal reducer is essentially a type of lens, re-imaging an aerial image by condensing a ray bundle.

    As a lens it follows laws of physics or “optical invariants”

    As such, a focal reducer of any kind has an image circle it is capable of generating, so if the focal reducer in question has an image circle which covers a ~36x24mm “full frame” imager, then indeed it could accept lenses which have a large enough image circle for its incoming entrance pupil relative to its exit pupil and condense. There are optics made for such a purpose using for instance hasselblad or mamiya lenses and reducing to “full frame” I believe.

    It certainly could be a look and a possible thing to try and enjoy !
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