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    D7000 Rolling Shutter Test
     

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    Yup, it's a CMOS camera....

    Deja vue, haven't we met before?

    Why in the world would you need to pan like that?
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    Well, that doesn't look too great. But I'm not sure it's any worse than any other DSLR out there. Would have been helpful to see a comparison test with another camera.


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    There ya have it folks!!! LOL hey...you can force the same out of the mighty RED so don't feel too distraught.
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    Raise your hand if you're surprised? Ok, those of you with you hands up, welcome to CMOS 101.


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    I'm wondering if Barry Green would try this test?


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    Good news is there was no mud!


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Caballero View Post
    Good news is there was no mud!
    LOL ! I didn't think of that


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    Good news is there was no mud!
    That's HUGE. I will say though...(before someone else does)...there is mud. Not NEARLY as bad as the GH1...but it's there. Just pause as you're watching it....it's there. Hmmmm....what's really cool, is that this means that they have a pretty good implementation of AVCHD....nice. Still on the list of potential cameras....with it's still capabilities, it's looking better everyday.


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    Best thing is to stop searching for mud in youtube footage :-)

    And I still do not see any RAW files from D7000 posted.


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