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Old 01-09-2014, 07:21 AM   #1
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Talking Sony PXW-Z100 & Edius 7

I just picked up the new Sony PXW-Z100 and an LG ULTRAHD Monitor.
A beautiful camera that all at once feels familiar but new. The handles and buttons harken back to my HDV camera, the Z1. But no mistaking the picture and lens are all 4K wonderful.
Loading to Edius fairly quick and easy through the Source Browser. Playback in REALTIME on the timeline. Sweet!!!

I am still the 3DGuy as this camera has Timecode in/out. Can't wait to get a second to shoot some 4K3D
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Old 01-09-2014, 03:51 PM   #2
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I hope it has genlock Al - could be tricky for 4K 3D if not...?
or will an Ultrastudio 4K Thunderbolt re-time the 2 inputs from separate cameras?

Paul :-)

The LG sounds cool - is it better than the rotten 4K Sony TV I looked at I wonder?
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Old 01-09-2014, 09:45 PM   #3
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Timecode Input / Output ....RCA pin (x1) IN/OUT selectale
source: http://www.sony.co.uk/pro/product/br...specifications
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Old 01-09-2014, 11:14 PM   #4
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I think it is timecode not gen lock though. Just like the NX5U even the NX30 can get a lock of timecode. The instructions for my NX5U or NX30U are to set timecode to free run and then lock to an incoming timecode then remove for the NX5U ( reset on both camcorders with remote for the NX30 ). Not really genlocking the video sync. However the NLE could use this timecode to sync tracks.

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Old 01-10-2014, 04:01 AM   #5
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Correct!
But with both set to in and Genlock created by a Gen10, I think it will work. Working on Sony supplying a second to test after I complete review on this one.
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Old 01-10-2014, 04:27 AM   #6
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I think the timecode inputs actually want the timecode not a black burst sync. Purely assigning the numbers to the frames for recording. As I said in editing this will work in Edius etc but the actual cameras will not be genlock to a common clock in true genlock .So they can use numbers sent to them or the way the NX5 and NX30 would sync is set in free run and use the remote control to reset timecode to 0 for both at the same time. Much easier and results in the same output.

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Gen 10 may do it, if you can get the right settings with the dip switches.
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Yes indeed, assigning the same timecode to frames on different cameras gives a degree of timeline sync, but the cameras are not truly locked - this means that there are temporal errors between the frames when aligned on the timeline, with a maximum difference of a fraction less, or more than a frame period - very significant when shooting action in 3D, this error gets worse at lower ftrame rates and it creates very disturbing feelings when viewing - even GoPro give you a sync cable when using two of their cameras for stereoscopic filming - maybe Sony "forgot" this, like Black Magic et Al.

I guess this indicates the difference between "pro" cams and consumer level devices, not offering genlock separates the two genres -

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If you use 2 PXW-Z100 or even a NX5 there is no advantage to use a Gen 10. Just connect them as master and slave.

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If you are hooking up by SDI with a sync generator, you should be able to have common sync.
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