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asf

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fredjeang

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Re: Canon Raw Video
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2012, 12:17:18 PM »

And look at that: http://www.astrodesign.co.jp/english/product/ah-4413_ap-4414_am-4412

They embrassed the micro 4/3 standard and deliver 4K. Usable for broadcast and cine.

It really starts to smell good.

the PDF: http://www.astrodesign.co.jp/english/astro/Product/4k_camera_system/AH-4413_Data%20Sheet.pdf
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Re: Canon Raw Video
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2012, 01:27:46 PM »

They embrassed the micro 4/3 standard and deliver 4K. Usable for broadcast and cine.

That camera appears to be far away from usable for most broadcast, & cine, applications.

The HDiablo was used for slomo in the Hurt Locker, but when I looked into supporting it in the field I quickly opted for the much more expensive Phantom.

http://www.idtpiv.com/imaging/hdiablo.php
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fredjeang

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Re: Canon Raw Video
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2012, 01:59:12 PM »

Agree,

But IMO, it's not that much the camera that's interesting here. It's their coming into micro4/3 standard. If high-end manufacturers are embrassing the format, it would derivate soon or later interesting variations in we will all benefit.

ps: it remains to be seen if it could suits aerial on copters. It could also be interesting for video-artists.
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