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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    BMPC = Blackmagic Production Camera (https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...camera_4k.html)

    Not to be confused with BMCC, or BMPCC, or BMPCC 4K.

    FPN exists only @800. Clean @400.

    "Bad low light performance" is more like "no low light performance" because it simply doesn't have any high ISOs to try. 800 is unusable and nothing higher than that is available.

    DR = 12 stops. It's Blackmagic's lowest DR camera (with 'FILM' DR option), but enough for some people.

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    12 real stops? Wonder what C5D gave it. FS7 is about 12 something stops according to many even if sony say 14 or something. Would be surprised if old BMD 4k has 12 stops. That's not bad at all.


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    If you must have 10-bit 422 internal S35 and affordable the Fuji X-T3 is your camera.
    I used to shoot RGB 444 12-bit 1080p (C300 II) and am now shooting 4K YUV 422 8-bit (1DX II) and getting a better image, including green screen!

    I’d demo the X-T3 against the Sony A6400. You might find 8 is Enough, and the amazing AF is super useful. Personally the best IMO deal right now is the A7 III (if you can deal with FF; it gets the new AI AF in April).


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    Quote Originally Posted by SJX View Post
    Thanks. If it took 2 secs I would have found. For example looked on BH and sony site to see if FS5 did 10 bit 422 4k internal. Only say 4k internal. Nothing about 420, 422 or 10bit. Details like bit depth etc seem hidden for cameras. Need much digging.
    It's literally the first thing that's said about the camera if you don't count the first two introductory paragraphs:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJX View Post
    12 real stops? Wonder what C5D gave it. FS7 is about 12 something stops according to many even if sony say 14 or something. Would be surprised if old BMD 4k has 12 stops. That's not bad at all.
    Definitely around there. 11.5, conservatively.

    And Cinema5D seems like it has an extreme evaluation system.

    If the FS7 is really 12 on their scale then the BMPC would probably be around 10.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jcs View Post
    If you must have 10-bit 422 internal S35 and affordable the Fuji X-T3 is your camera.
    I used to shoot RGB 444 12-bit 1080p (C300 II) and am now shooting 4K YUV 422 8-bit (1DX II) and getting a better image, including green screen!

    I’d demo the X-T3 against the Sony A6400. You might find 8 is Enough, and the amazing AF is super useful. Personally the best IMO deal right now is the A7 III (if you can deal with FF; it gets the new AI AF in April).
    But so the X-T3 is 10 bit or 8 bit 4k internally? You started like it did 10 but but then by the end I wasn't sure.Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    It's literally the first thing that's said about the camera if you don't count the first two introductory paragraphs:

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    Sony site?


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    B&H. You mentioned them before Sony so I checked their site first (didn't check Sony).


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    Definitely around there. 11.5, conservatively.

    And Cinema5D seems like it has an extreme evaluation system.

    If the FS7 is really 12 on their scale then the BMPC would probably be around 10.
    Yes 10 is what I read most consider the real DR.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBro View Post
    B&H. You mentioned them before Sony so I checked that one first (didn't check Sony).
    Funny didn't see it. Even used browser search.


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    Can you recommend a good variable ND filter for a good price?


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