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SimonSpear

Member Since 10 Sep 2005
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In Topic: Upcoming Panasonic GH-4K

23 July 2014 - 01:45 PM

This clip was straight from the camera.  The codec is pretty robust so I'm sure you could make the turtle pink with green spots if you know how to do it, but why would you want to make it look like your eyes see?  If you want that there are plenty of less expensive cameras that can do it!


In Topic: Upcoming Panasonic GH-4K

23 July 2014 - 03:51 AM

Some 4K underwater footage from the GH4.  
 
This was uploaded overnight on the slow hotel wifi so it is a bit short, but still I'm very impressed (obviously for the best quality playback select the 4K option, but some computers won't be able to handle it).
 

In Topic: Upcoming Panasonic GH-4K

27 June 2014 - 05:07 AM

Yeah the 7D's have now officially retired....

 

The GH4 is already getting ready to go to work tomorrow and I hope it lasts out 5 years like the 7D's did!  We'll hold a ceremony for them sometime - they have been workhorses both above and below water!


In Topic: Upcoming Panasonic GH-4K

26 June 2014 - 08:46 AM

Thanks for posting that example!

Was that as far as you could push it? I had a brief play with some grabs and it looked like there was plenty more colour info even after Vimeo had crunched it up and spat it aback out again.

My GH4 arrives tomorrow - it was about the only one left in stock in the UK!

In Topic: Upcoming Panasonic GH-4K

23 June 2014 - 12:53 PM

 

 

 
- I don't like color of MWB wide angle footage (compare to canon dslr) but surprisingly, native file include lot of color data and planty of room for fixing in post.
 
 

 

 

Hi EJ

 

Very interesting although admittedly I've never seen any other camera WB like the Canon DSLRs do! 

 

I'd be interested to hear or see some examples about just how far can you push the image before it breaks up?  I've love to see an example where the image falls apart and what exactly you had to do for that to happen...

 

Cheers, Simon