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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Stanley View Post
    That looks great with the aivascope. I think the adapter has helped get rid of those handheld global shutter jitters I’ve been seeing on so much footage. CMOS would help disguise them, but global shutter is better. But an adapter helps.
    That doesn't make any sense at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Stanley View Post
    That looks great with the aivascope. I think the adapter has helped get rid of those handheld global shutter jitters I’ve been seeing on so much footage. CMOS would help disguise them, but global shutter is better. But an adapter helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
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    This one is pretty cool! Looks great in lowlight!
    Thanks Rand for those links!
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    Sorry I was a bit confusing.

    I’ll just say it looks better and smoother then other handheld footage from Komodo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gundu View Post
    I did a very quick test with kids on my street. Love the Global Shutter. The shaky cam feel was on purpose for testing reasons only!

    https://youtu.be/qbe99nvXJqE

    This looks great Bob! Can't wait to shoot handheld with that little beast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vincent kardasik View Post
    This one is pretty cool! Looks great in lowlight!
    Thanks Rand for those links!
    You're welcome Vincent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Stanley View Post
    That looks great with the aivascope. I think the adapter has helped get rid of those handheld global shutter jitters Ive been seeing on so much footage. CMOS would help disguise them, but global shutter is better. But an adapter helps.
    This doesn't make sense in itself, but it also doesn't make sense since Komodo has a global shutter.
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    Some more test footage using a Tilt Shift lens.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnHA-oRuSo8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoffer Glans View Post
    This doesn't make sense in itself, but it also doesn't make sense since Komodo has a global shutter.
    relax I just meant that a global shutter overall is better then a cmos shutter. But The global shutter has more noticeable jitters in handheld movements especially given how light this camera is.

    And it is more jittery / shaky then other cameras. I’m not saying it’s bad and I’m not saying it can’t ge rigged to be heavier - I’m just saying that in that footage it looked good and that maybe the lense adapter helped somehow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Stanley View Post
    relax I just meant that a global shutter overall is better then a cmos shutter. But The global shutter has more noticeable jitters in handheld movements especially given how light this camera is.

    And it is more jittery / shaky then other cameras. I’m not saying it’s bad and I’m not saying it can’t ge rigged to be heavier - I’m just saying that in that footage it looked good and that maybe the lense adapter helped somehow.
    You mean Rolling Shutter.
    Both are CMOS sensor technology. Often, if not always, it's the exact same sensor and the manufacturer has to decide to go rolling or global (both with pros and cons... According to an earlier post there from Jarred, Komodo's sensor was so good in Global Shutter that they decided to stick with it)
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