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    Where's the rest of your list? You've barely scratched the surface of the differences between and FS5 and FS7.
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    The FS7 has Cine AI


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    In real use they have familiar controls but at the same time are two completely different cameras.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Publimix View Post
    The FS7 has Cine AI
    I see what you did there.
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    Hey actually yes you can use "luts" in the fs5, they don't call it LUTS in the camera though - frustrating. I believe it's called "gamma display assist" or similar. It's a lot like the a7sii in that regard. The easiest is to just add a rec 709 gamma display assist when shooting LOG with the fs5.

    For me, the number one annoyance about the fs5 versus fs7 is that when you are shooting S LOG, you need to go into the menu and change the gamma setting to change the white balance. It was maddening the first time I was on set simply trying to adjust the white balance (which is pretty embarrassing on set...)

    I also find the lack of ability to name clips very frustrating about the fs5.

    I know that my fs7 is a bit of a "prosumer" camera in many regards, but the fs5 takes that feeling even further. BUT wow it's small and light. sometimes that matters the most.
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