Rolling Shutter in 4K

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Sun Mar 01, 2015 8:19 pm

Hello fellow Kinemini users,
we have been experiencing heavy rolling shutter issues (worse than most CMOS Sensor DSLR) with our test footage which makes handheld filming and fast panning virtually impossible. How have your experiences been so far with this problem? Do you use special plug-ins to repair the skew?
We have been experimenting with the onboard plug-in from Adobe Premiere which delivers acceptable results for footage with minimal skew but it's also limited to that.

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Sun Mar 01, 2015 9:56 pm

I heard others say that they had some pretty bad rolling shutter in 4K, and they had apperently found that 2K had more pleasing results regarding the jello.

I personally try to avoid shaky shots and rarely go handheld/documentary style.

If your doing a fast whip pan, you should probably try the sports mode despite the loss in quality and artifacts- personally I hate rolling shutter... But I guess you can't have everything in this world- and I still love my kinemini regardless of this horrible downside.

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Mon Mar 02, 2015 8:23 pm

Definitely the weakest point of the Kinemini...

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