should I buy a 760?

fcnealvillangca

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hello I am deciding between gh4, nx500 and 760d.

I already used 760, 5d, eos m3, 500d, 700d, hdr fx7, fx1000e, arri amira, black magic ursa and sony a77
I only have 5D, M3, 700d and 500d.

I think 760 is sharp enough and a little bit good in low light.

gh4 records 4k but I will downscale it

nx500 can record downscale 6k (not sure) but Im not sure if it is aps-c or 4/3

people said 70d is good but it's too expensive for a 1080p aps-c?

questions:
which should I get?
can these camera use Ninja or hyperdeck?
which has less jello effect?
 

basroil

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If you want video, C100. GH4 is ok for video, but if you already have only canon lenses it would be stupid to spend the $2k a decent GH4 kit would set you back!

760D' s video is perfectly good, not much different than 70D and 7DMKII's video mode.

For ALL those cameras you will get some rolling shutter, so none are actually useful for highspeed video.
 

basroil

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If you want video, C100. GH4 is ok for video, but if you already have only canon lenses it would be stupid to spend the $2k a decent GH4 kit would set you back!

760D' s video is perfectly good, not much different than 70D and 7DMKII's video mode.

For ALL those cameras you will get some rolling shutter, so none are actually useful for highspeed video.
 

fcnealvillangca

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what can you say about canon xc10? c100 is too expensive
 

basroil

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I personally wouldn't buy one (already have some great L lenses I would want to use), but here's a review you should read before considering it https://www.cinema5d.com/canon-xc10-footage-first-impressions-and-review/

Also, if you're concerned about "jello effect" (rolling shutter), here's a primer: https://www.cinema5d.com/global-vs-rolling-shutter/
 

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