I got this idea of a 4K video recorder off a good friend of mine who uses an iPhone. It’s actually a Canon DSLR which he borrowed from his sister and uses on the weekends as a camera. A few months ago he told me he had his own 4k camera, he took it to work and recorded a film for me. I wanted to see if I could go through the difficult process of getting it setup, editing and then publishing.
This led to me doing a comparison of Canon DSLR and Pentax K1 in this site in January 2016.
Now here are the results for this comparison. This is from last week’s review which is also from last week’s review.
Here is the Pentax K1 compared with a Canon EOS 600D in 4:2:2 and 1080p mode:
Here is a comparison between Canon EOS 600D and Pentax K1 in 4:2:2 and 1080p mode:
Here is a comparison between Pentax K1 and Canon EOS 5D Mark II in 4k 60fps and 1080p mode:
Here is a comparison between Canon K1 and camera from other maker like Sony LUMIX DMC-GH4 and Sony RX100V:
Here is a comparison between the Pentax K1 and Pentax K1 Mark II in 4:2:2 and 1080p mode:
For the 4k movie test I decided I need to create a 4K RAW to JPEG conversion just for the test. I went and bought a 4K RAW converter which is now available in the Shop.
Here is the raw converter in place:
So after I have this converter set up I need to convert the original raw file to 4K which was captured from the DLSR from last week. I used the Image Magic DNG Converter which was also updated last week so I copied all the raw converted files from a memory hard drive of mine to this converter.
After I converted the original files I put this convert into a directory in my home directory.
After doing this I can now test the conversion on my Pentax K1:
Here is the RAW file converted to 4k:
Here is the raw converted to 4k converted to JPEG:
This is the Raw file converted to 4k:
Here is the RAW image converted to 4k:
Finally here is the K1 converted to high dynamic
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