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    Quote Originally Posted by polaroid22 View Post
    Unless the latest update from the UMP, it is def not usable on a 4.6k. (at least for me, I know there are guys who live dangerously and carefree)
    i heard 4.6k is bad at 1600 also
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    Yeh i have no idea about the 4.6k
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    Any footage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsfilmz View Post
    i heard 4.6k is bad at 1600 also
    4.6k is good at 1600, but not if there's no light at all. It's all relative.
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    Here's some test footage from someone: https://www.provideocoalition.com/sh...brian-hallett/
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    I have shot 3200 on some recent docs and branded content. Client was pleased with the image. 1600 is perfectly usable as well. I still live at 800 most of the time.
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    I agree with the above. 3200 is surprisingly good and definitely usable.
    As a side note, before installing the new firmware I had to take my UMP for a screen repair. When I got my camera back I checked details of repair report which included "re-calibrating unit to remove FPN and dead pixels".
    Interesting, I thought.
    In the past I would rarely shoot at 1600 but now even 3200 (with a bit of NR) seems like an option. I'm not sure whether it's the new firmware, re-calibration, or psychological effect but certainly my camera feels cleaner.
    Also, worth to mention is that for the past 2 weeks I had to shoot with C300mk2 and in comparison Canon's noise in low light was way more unpleasant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanM View Post
    I agree with the above. 3200 is surprisingly good and definitely usable.
    As a side note, before installing the new firmware I had to take my UMP for a screen repair. When I got my camera back I checked details of repair report which included "re-calibrating unit to remove FPN and dead pixels".
    Interesting, I thought.
    In the past I would rarely shoot at 1600 but now even 3200 (with a bit of NR) seems like an option. I'm not sure whether it's the new firmware, re-calibration, or psychological effect but certainly my camera feels cleaner.
    Also, worth to mention is that for the past 2 weeks I had to shoot with C300mk2 and in comparison Canon's noise in low light was way more unpleasant.
    Cheers
    Hmm this seems highly interesting to me.
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    The screen repair was due to physical damage (the whole side door got smashed) and therefore not covered by warranty.
    I was surprised how affordable this whole repair operation was tho. Side door replacement (LCD) + labour fee + GST came down to approx US$336. That's really awesome in my view.
    Also I didn't pay for shipping because Blackmagic's authorised repair place is only 30 minutes away from me so I drove there.
    All in all, great service!
    Anyway, back to topic - send some examples from your camera to compare.
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    never mind
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