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    Crop mode (centre scan)
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    crop mode 'future update' - dont know if this is new - hope it goes on assign button!

    http://community.sony.com/sony/attac...on%20Chart.pdf


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    ..and where would I get to with an old 2/3 ENG lens - is there a 2/3 S16 adapter?


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    Quote Originally Posted by morgan_moore View Post
    crop mode 'future update' - dont know if this is new - hope it goes on assign button!

    http://community.sony.com/sony/attac...ison Chart.pdf

    Yes, just as I predicted and already explained how to use in my FS7 training video. Got that one right. It seemed logical based on the way the existing menus are worded.


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    Eng lens with inbuilt doubler engaged?


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    Yeah, as Doug said. I guessed this might come since the wording for high frame rate in current firmware is "Full Scan"
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    Like WOW! This is great. I would love 2x crop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morgan_moore View Post
    Eng lens with inbuilt doubler engaged?
    Nope. It takes more hardware than that because a 2x converter does not increase the size of the image circle. You have to actually enlarge the circle of light so it physically covers the super-35mm sensor instead of just 2/3". If you are interested, I wrote a quick and dirty article on about 2K center scan in issue #2 of Sony's Cine Alta magazine.
    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l40te35nuwzf8s4/by5SEJTrBv
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    A doubler does increase the image circle.. In theory. But baffles et al may still vignette ?


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    Yeah, you're right. I mispoke. In fact, you don't even need to cover the full 35mm sensor for 2K center scan anyway. That's the whole point of it. For some reason I was thinking of 4K with an ENG lens.


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    For 1080 what would also be nice is an intelligent sensor center-crop "punch-in zoom" Obviously it wouldn't be as sharp as the 4k downsample of the full frame, but definitely would be useful for a number of on the fly scenarios in ENG and corporate scenarios.
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