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    Key here is not R3D or any form of internal raw recording with quality, and "external raw recording". So here we go with the films HDMI connections and troubleshooting of using third party solutions to what should be done in camera.
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    Canon's 10 bit 4:2:2 codec is pretty robust. Most Canon shooters would probably just use that. The universal complaint about the C200 was it did not have the Canon 10bit internal video codecs.

    Looks like the rear mounted LCD display tilts up, but for this cubic form factor that is probably the worst location for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Rasberry View Post
    Canon's 10 bit 4:2:2 codec is pretty robust. Most Canon shooters would probably just use that. The universal complaint about the C200 was it did not have the Canon 10bit internal video codecs.

    Looks like the rear mounted LCD display tilts up, but for this cubic form factor that is probably the worst location for it.
    Or the best. You put a loupe on it , handle underneath and voila, Bolex form factor. Try that with the (postage stamp size)LCD on top ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacek Zakowicz View Post
    Or the best. You put a loupe on it , handle underneath and voila, Bolex form factor. Try that with the (postage stamp size)LCD on top ....
    I prefer an EVF mounted close to the balance point. Bolex 16mm style worked well with small primes, but was tiring with larger zooms.
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    That's interesting. how do you hold the handle with the vf so far forward and to the side? Looks pretty awkward....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacek Zakowicz View Post
    That's interesting. how do you hold the handle with the vf so far forward and to the side? Looks pretty awkward....
    Hold it across the body Weaver pistol stance style, one hand for the camera, one for the lens, four point stabilization with elbows and monopod tucked against the body. Weight supported by skeletal structure rather than muscle tension. Movement from the hips and waist. I have thought about adding a parade flag harness to have a pocket at waist level for the monopod foot.
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