- Mar 18, 2017
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What's with the Leica camera? Square peg in a round hole! Are they going to make square filters?
Well,,i can tell you that when i visit Yuneec Europe i had the H3 in my hands.What's with the Leica camera? Square peg in a round hole! Are they going to make square filters?
I wouldn't call it professional photo or film considering it still lacks an adjustable aperture....Well,,i can tell you that when i visit Yuneec Europe i had the H3 in my hands.
The camera is amazing in photo and film.
Yes, the filters are square and removeble on the side of the camera, a real good solution for a quick changes of filters.
The drone is like the H Plus ans H520 but inside different by software.
In my opinion,,,,a perfect product for hobby pilots and prpf. photo and film industry.
What may make it better is the software that Leica brings to the camera. They certainly have the talent to make a big difference. I think that the square "lens hood" may be a boon as well. It may also be nice to slide filters in and out rather than screwing on if they've engineered that properly.I am hopeful for the new H3 but to be honest, I am somewhat skeptical about the new Ion L1 being superior to either the E90 or the C23, not saying it won't be as good or even a tad bit better but it will not be the type of leap in picture quality we saw between the CG03 and the C23.
I think improvements on the H3 such as the rate curves and others like the ND filter frame which uses tradition ND film are going to be the strengths of the H3.
I remember shooting a Leica 28mm M series lens with a square lens hood; it worked really well. If I remember correctly, being quite a bit of time ago, it would 'rotate' on the lens so I could always have the narrow part of the shade on the Top to Bottom to protect against the sun : it being vertically moving as opposed to horizontal. With the fixed position of the new camera always being locked into one framing position, it does make sense to have an optimal lens hood for the majority of the framing.Anyone know why Leica went with the rectangle?
I too am Yuneecless. I sold my H Plus several months ago.Anyone got a photo of the bottom of the ION camera? I can't seem to see the bottom of the camera in any video or photos. The only reason I ask is that after looking at the camera in videos people have shown, this literally looks liked a rebadged C23 with an ND fliter option. If the SD card is still on the bottom, then I'll say without a doubt that it is 100% a C23 and all Leica did was provide color profiles and a new housing to provide ND filter option along with creating a lens hood type shape to the front of the camera. All Yuneec did was unlock the existing C23 hardware as it could already provide 10BIT video log, HDR Video and WDR DNG files.
Also, I sold my last plus so that makes me Yuneecless =(
In addition, the larger the desired image area coverage (sensor size)... the longer focal length required, to obtain a specific Field of View.The tradeoff moving from a 1" sensor to M4/3 would be a significant upgrade in lenses. The bigger the sensor the bigger the lenses given the same aperture.
So what is generating the heat? My cell camera is a 50 megapixel. The screen is 6 inches. Is it the difference in density? I seriously want to know but I am for the most part clueless.4/3 for a still frame is probably doable in these small packages. But thermal considerations are most likely beyond handling for 4k video. I would think 40% more heat would be generated. Lesson learned from DJI Hasselblad in that they had to use less then the 1" sensor for the 4k video effectively framing a zoomed in 55mm focal length as the sensor area used is less.
Also, I know the diagrams all show the sensor size relative to 35mm film.
Great. My 35mm Leica film is not, was not, even close to what todays 1" sensors produce. Just look at the introduction video shown of the H3 release (in German) and they are rolling off 30" prints from this camera. Incredible quality; it just smokes what the old 35mm film could do.