nnowak

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  • Exactly Or, just faster JPEG encoding.
  • Go reread my calculations from the original post.  The 80D and M5 are already reading, processing and writing 4K levels of data.  The 4K MJPEG output of the 5D IV is just standard JPEG ...
  • Required heat dissipation is dependent on the level of processing.  The MJPEG 4K output Canon has implemented on the 5D IV is just a stream of JPEGs.  The camera isn't doing any more processing ...
  • Please reread the calculations I posted.  The M5 and 80D are alrwady reading, processing, and writing 4K levels of data.  The 80D can do so continuously.  The M5 is still unknown.  Heat is NOT an ...
  • How often do you fire your flash when shooting video?  That 295 shot CIPA estimate assumes flash use.
  • Created discussion thread M5 4K - What would it take?
    The 80D, with the same sensor as the M5, can shoot at 7fps for an unlimited amount of JPEGs.  That works out to 168 megapixels of data per second. Similar to the 5D IV, the 80D would need to ...
  • I forgot the 80D had 3x zoom.  I think that is the first time the feature has shown up for two generations in a row.
  • So, not only can you not comprehend what I wrote, but you can't even comprehend what you yourself wrote?  Here's your quote...."And the camera buying public doesn't care about what camera forum ...
  • Yes, you answered my question.  You are clearly not the average consumer.  The average consumer is completely clueless about every detail you just cited.
  • In good light, 3X zoom is actually better than 1x as it eliminates a lot of the artifacts and moire That would be a bad assumption.  The 3x zoom has made very random appearances.  I can't remember ...
  • Wow!  You just really don't get it.  There are so many flaws in the logic of your arguments.  You are so blinded by your dislike of video that you can't understand rational arguments and instead ...
  • The 11-24mm is not an EF-M lens. It is past tense.  The patents are a signal of what they thought of.  All of the patents Egami keeps digging up are for the designs that didn't work.  Either an ...
  • You didn't see a patent for the 18-150mm because it isn't public yet.  As far as I know, none of the EF-M lenses have been visible via patent before launch.  All of the EF-M patents that you have ...
  • I think the more likely answer it the 18-55mm is a more expensive lens to produce and it has been replaced by the cheaper 15-45mm.  However, the kit price differential has remained the same. ...
  • Replied in Hubris.
    You should too. No, but you can easily decrease the frame rate via firmware. And the 80D/M5 sensor already has on chip ADC DPAF already offloads both sides of the pixel to the DIGIC.  DPRAW is ...
  • Replied in Meh
    That is the same silly argument people used when video was originally added to DSLRs.  It was completely false then and it is still false now.  The additional sales from video capabilities more ...
  • Replied in Meh
    Fortunately for the rest of us, camera manufacturers build cameras with more features than those that you solely need.
  • Who exactly are you trying to reply to?  Your posts makes little sense, especially since this thread was started well before the M5 was even announced.
  • Replied in Hubris.
    First of all, DPRAW is a firmware function.  No sensor changes would be needed to implement this feature on the 80D or M5.  Either Canon determined 80D and M5 users would have no use for the ...
  • Replied in Hubris.
    Or, maybe the M5 doesn't have DPRAW because it would be virtually useless.  DPReviews initial testing showed very little tangible benefit to the DPRAW files.  The significantly smaller pixels of ...
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