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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberto Lequeux View Post
    If this is not the time to answer questions we understand.

    Hordes of us are patiently waiting with bated breath.

    EDIT: A FRAME, AND A CHART!!! Wooho!! Thank you! :)
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    Lets put it this way... there is more DR than you can get with any other camera. This was only +3. Bright sun and typically a problem. More footage to come that better represents what the HDRx mode can do.

    The long and the short is... EPIC is it.

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    I don't want anything more...
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    Perfect. I am all ears, and eyes. That chart shows 18 clear stops.
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    BTW... that chart shows 18 stops.

    Sorry, Roberto said it 1st.

    Best part is that it is motion and not just a still!

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    That's kinda fun. (understatement...)

    Any response to where it gains the extra stops, if the Epic MX allows for more light, too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunleik Groven View Post
    That's kinda fun.

    Any response to where it gains the extra stops, if the Epic MX allows for more light, too?
    Shoot normal ISO and get more highlight protection than you could ever imagine. The shadows have never been an issue. Clean... noiseless images that cover any scene.

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    That's truly amazing, Jim. We can't wait to order our stage 3 EPIC.

    I was wondering what you meant with "Or there is a "normal" way to deal with motion blur."?

    Can motion blur be a problem with HDR?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    Shoot normal ISO and get more highlight protection than you could ever imagine. The shadows have never been an issue. Clean... noiseless images that cover any scene.

    Jim
    OK. Now I am excited (if I wasn't already)

    NOT having to add say nd .6 - .9 to protect the highlights, is kinda cool for the image overall (and the hazzles of shooting... -:))
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