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    10 Years later for some dollars less this Giant



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    Thanks for sharing Felipe. That video is useful and the camera seems to be delivering great performance/value/size.
    Looks like there is finally an updated 4K camera for the popular HMC40 yet better due to big zoom, better low light and 60P this time (among other things).
    They are selling 3 versions. It is tempting to buy one because it's more convenient than the cameras I have but I will resist the temptation because I do not need another camera.

    We have another thread going here that I started a few days ago
    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...X1500-HC-X2000


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    10 bit 4:2:2 in camera, THAT IS A LOT OF CAMERA
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    I'm sure you know, but the CX10 supports 10-bit 4:2:2 in H.264 only up to 4K/30p. 10-bit 4:2:2 4K/60p requires a recorder.

    However, in H.265 you'll receive 10-bit 4K/60p at 4:2:0.


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    I love this shape and size.

    I put it in the same category as the Sony FS5, Panasonic EVA-1, or Canon C-series, in that you hold them all in basically the same way. The next size down is a DSLR (which in this context includes mirrorless), and the next size up is a shoulder cam. That's the degree of coarseness with which I categorize camera body styles: phone, DSLR, handicam, shoulder-mount. Not really much else I can think of. Some might add another category, "modular," but once you rig together the modules for an actual shoot, then it is usually in one of those 4 categories.

    However, the smaller the camera, the more delicate the design. If you add a couple inches to the length of a shoulder cam, it won't make much difference. If you add a couple of inches to a DSLR, it makes a bigger difference. And in this category I call "handicam", I think some are awkwardly big. The CX10, in contrast, is "just right": as small as you can make it without compromising usability. A DSLR is even more discreet, but the advantage of the handicam is that there is enough surface area for: a wireless receiver and a long-lasting battery.

    If only they made more like this but with an interchangeable lens mount.
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    You can record external 4K 60P 422 10 bit Prores
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