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  • #16
    Indeed: that sounds like p6k spec, not p4k
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Asyndeton View Post
      I also saw a photo that the new firmware also has custom frame-guides which I didn’t know about.
      That'd be really, really cool.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Fauxto View Post
        Hmmm, 120fps in 2.8k sounds really strange.
        For the 2.6K S16mm sensor crop, not 2.8K anamorphic. BRAW only at the moment. Makes sense that they're able to do more with their own codec to me, people speculated early on if BRAW would allow them to do higher frame rates at different resolutions.

        Just relaying what people on Facebook are posting from IBC.

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        • #19
          Oh, nice! I mean: it's a bigger area and higher res than the previous 1920x1080!!!
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          • #20
            Than that's pretty big. 120fps in a resulution that scales back well to 2K is very, very nice to have.

            Any info as to when it will be avaliable?
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            • #21
              Would be coming soon, since it was demoed at IBC...

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              • #22
                There's also Calibrate Motion Sensor option. Is that some gyroscope metadata thing written in braw files?

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                • #23
                  I believe it's some kind of levelling tool coming up while recording.
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                  • #24
                    I wouldn't call that "motion sensor", to me this sounds like an accelerometer indeed. INTRIGUING.

                    I mean, on-screen level would be NICE but accelerometer data saved for post work will be HUGE... for whoever know what to do with this data, which is not me XD
                    (Then again, having a Resolve stabilizer that uses this data should be straightforward for BM and I know how to tick a box...)
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Samuel H View Post
                      I wouldn't call that "motion sensor", to me this sounds like an accelerometer indeed. INTRIGUING.

                      I mean, on-screen level would be NICE but accelerometer data saved for post work will be HUGE... for whoever know what to do with this data, which is not me XD
                      (Then again, having a Resolve stabilizer that uses this data should be straightforward for BM and I know how to tick a box...)
                      There was a french company that kickstarted an add-on for any camera that recorded the metadata to an audio track. it never really took off. One of the challenges is that unlike optical IS, you have to control for motion blur.

                      For this upgrade to be possible, the hardware would have to have been waiting in the camera all this time...I can't recall anyone from BMD or elsewhere mentioning it...but fingers crossed.
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                      • #26
                        Maybe the hardware was there... and they will provide the software application with Resolve.
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Fauxto View Post
                          Than that's pretty big. 120fps in a resulution that scales back well to 2K is very, very nice to have.

                          Any info as to when it will be avaliable?
                          Someone at IBC said it could be 'as early as next week.' I don't know if a BMD rep told them that. But that falls in line with the last press conference that Grant said it would be end of Sept or sometime October.
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Asyndeton View Post
                            Someone at IBC said it could be 'as early as next week.' I don't know if a BMD rep told them that. But that falls in line with the last press conference that Grant said it would be end of Sept or sometime October.
                            Nice
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                            • #29
                              If 2.6k can do 120 fps then 1080 HD can go a lot higher maybe 150 fps?
                              I don't know the maths this early in the morning but wiith Metabones 0.64XL I can imagine this would look a pretty decent crop.
                              Last edited by Taikonaut; 09-19-2019, 11:02 PM.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Taikonaut View Post
                                If 2.6k can do 120 fps then 1080 HD can go a lot higher maybe 150 fps?
                                I don't know the maths this early in the morning but wiith Metabones 0.64XL I can imagine this would look a pretty decent crop.
                                Hmm, the plot thickens again! What a very interesting time in camera history this is. We are so so lucky to have BMD. Well they are Australian so I suppose it's expected ;-)

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