https://youtu.be/wcyFUct18fg The intro was shot using the G85, GH5 and a7 III. Graded with Leeming LUT Pro. Video assets from RocketStock.
It's that time of year when lots of us reflect on what we've done and hope to accomplish in the following year. First, I'll be uploading a video about what it's like trying to purchase equipment in Vietnam, as well as my experiences dealing with customer service over the years, from Sony, Edelkrone and a... Continue Reading →
Update 23.01.2020: I have confirmed that the Asus PA32UCX, UltraStudio 4K Mini and Final Cut Pro do indeed work with HDR PQ. The reason to use a dedicated IO card (like the UltraStudio 4K) is that it gives you a properly managed colour pipeline that by-passes the operating system’s GPU and colour profile settings and gets... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/ia4q3J1aQDQ Isn't it about time?
A popular online website that reviews and compares computer hardware says the Asus has virtually no flaws of consequence, but we'll get to that in just a moment. Not sure whether I wouldn't be better off getting the PA32UC instead, but I went ahead and preordered the PA32UCX-K anyhow. The PAUCX-K boasts 1,200 nits compared... Continue Reading →
The upcoming Apple XDR has 1,600 nits brightness, but only the 2019 Mac Pro can display the full 6K resolution; the panel has just 576 zones of local dimming compared to Asus's 1,152; and it will cost upwards of $6,000 including stand: nearly double what I was quoted for the PA32UCX-K here in Vietnam. I'm... Continue Reading →
Only a year and-a-half ago, I despaired of ever being able to color correct and grade HDR video because the least expensive grading monitors started at $35,000. I gave my Shogun Inferno a whirl, but it's absurd trying to grade footage on a 7" display - and I never could get it to display the... Continue Reading →