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Old November 8th, 2015, 03:09 PM   #46
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This is a quick test out of the box in work last week It is very smoothOsmo test in office on Vimeo
It look smuch smoother then what I am able to get out of my feiyu g4 because I do have to post stabilise it, I do have to say though that the osmo camera produces quite some aliasing. I wonder how it compares to a gopro 4
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Old November 8th, 2015, 04:06 PM   #47
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Noa, I think that the aliasing might be down to my shooting in 4K and then downrezzing to 2K to upload it to Vimeo. It looks quite clean in its native format. I haven't yet tried to shoot anything in 2K. That might make all the difference.
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Michael, it is raw footage, apart from a bt of sharpening. I don't know if the X3 camera circuitry puts any sharpening in...
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Michael, it is raw footage, apart from a bt of sharpening. I don't know if the X3 camera circuitry puts any sharpening in...
The footage looks very smooth. It doubtless helps that you do know how to walk while shooting.

Is it like the GoPro that it's auto-everything?
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Nigel, Focus is fixed of course, the white balance can be switched from Auto to Sun, Cloud, or Incandescent. Not sure about changing ISO etc for video. It can be controlled for stills I just need some time to get into the menus!
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Old November 9th, 2015, 10:51 AM   #51
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Not sure if these have been posted but looks quite good, especially teh stabilisation


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