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    Here is my last video filmed on S1H + Sumire Prime lenses: https://vimeo.com/379469453


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    Thanks for sharing! What are your feelings on S1H vs EVA1?


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    Quote Originally Posted by filmguy123 View Post
    Thanks for sharing! What are your feelings on S1H vs EVA1?
    Thanks for watching! The EVA1 is a great camera, but, IMO, the S1H is one step ahead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Filippo Chiesa View Post
    Thanks for watching! The EVA1 is a great camera, but, IMO, the S1H is one step ahead.
    Very nice video. Wow, I won't comment on which one is better but they are both great cameras as you have eluded to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by video652 View Post
    Very nice video. Wow, I won't comment on which one is better but they are both great cameras as you have eluded to.
    Well I recall a Panasonic rep I talked to mentioned that in Netflix tests they the S1H measured more DR than the EVA1 and even I think he even said a hair more than the LT...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyvz View Post
    Well I recall a Panasonic rep I talked to mentioned that in Netflix tests they the S1H measured more DR than the EVA1 and even I think he even said a hair more than the LT...
    Does this apply to the S1 in 10-bit 4:2:2 formats as well?


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    Quote Originally Posted by video652 View Post
    Very nice video. Wow, I won't comment on which one is better but they are both great cameras as you have eluded to.
    Thanks video652. Yes, both are great cameras, but I prefere the S1H.


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    Quote Originally Posted by npm View Post
    Does this apply to the S1 in 10-bit 4:2:2 formats as well?
    I don't think so. S1 and S1H are similar, but the S1 has a less efficient codec and, due to lack of the OLPF, sometimes you can clearly see the moire.


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    Wow. That’s fantastic. I love the single source, from below shot and the shots in the “sun” room. You choose such beautiful locations. Great dynamic range on that camera. I probably should know this but how did you achieve lip sync with the music with what looks like 60fps on a 24 (30?) fps timeline?

    I’d love to see how you rigged it for focus, etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Filippo Chiesa View Post
    Here is my last video filmed on S1H + Sumire Prime lenses: https://vimeo.com/379469453
    congrats. totally works!

    s1h looks lovely.

    was it hard working full frame and nailing focus?

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