Yesterday was my wife birthday so for obvious reasons I could not spend a lot of time with the Panasonic DVX-200.
I did allow myself about half an hour to do some preliminary filming in 4K 50p or UHD 16:9 using scene file 5.
Double click on the 4K frame above to get the true 3840 x 2160 and note how clean the frame is.
Double click on the 4K frame above to get the true 3840 x 2160.
Again double click to see the 4K frame above, left side is 0dB while the right side is 9dB.
The PDF of the user manual helps…The User Switch menu allows you to set the LCD/EVF to VF on…or EVF on…or Auto.
All my footage from the DVX-200 ingested into FCPX with no problems. Same old story to get the best from your DVX-200 my tip is film in 4K and your 8bit 420 footage will downscale to 10bit 444 footage on an HD timeline getting the best of both worlds. Please remember this is “early day getting to know the camera footage” and will not be included in the final review.
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