Looking at the footage from this camera reminds me of my first foray into 1080 HD with the Canon XH-A1.
After years of working in standard definition, the Canon’s 1440×1080 resolution was a breath of fresh air.
Now, after years working with HD, the Sony’s 3840×2160 resolution is quite a sight.
But like the Canon, the general “feel” of the footage is definitely that of a first generation prosumer camera. Looking at the video at 100%, I can see some artifacting and the image seems to be slightly grainy. But again, I may be spoiled after working with larger sensor DSLRs for so long.
But until a reasonably-priced DSLR or MFT camera that can shoot 4K is released, I’m sure to get plenty of use from the Sony.
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New Photography Program to Take Place in and Benefit State Parks Ventura County Star (July 15, 2013) – Friends of Channel Coast State Parks (FCCSP), the nonprofit organization that serves the Channel Coast district of the California State Parks,...
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