Well after I upgraded a few days ago, I just found out I can not record video. I have never had a problem with my cards, which include a Sandisk Extreme and Sandisk Ultra.
And Sony's latest debacle.
The only photography channel I trust, has never lied about recommendations, or camera lenses and other camera accessories; Proclaims that Sandisk is the only card that people should use. However, they are sticking to the slow, and useless V30, (useless) instead of making a V90 SDXC card for the XT-4. Not saying it is a bad card, or bad card company, just not good enough for 4K with 400mbps video that the XT-4 can produce.
The petition is this: Work with Sandisk so they can give full quality SDXC cards for video use. By that I mean V90 Sandisk SDXC cards. People are paying big money for the junk V90 SDXC cards. With the amount of money they are paying for the XT-4, they should get the full quality. Not half the quality they pay for.
I hope someone out there can help me figure out how to get my SD card out of my XT1??? First, I'm not new, I've been using 2 XT1's for over a year. Yesterday I shot a big job for an Interior Designer and this morning when I went to copy the images the SD card will not come out. When I push on the card to eject it, there is NO movement, normally it pushes down a little then pops up. This card is stuck, no movement. I'm very nervous as I have a very important job on that card and can't risk looking any images.
Please can anyone advise me how to get the card out without damaging the card?
But... You can't monitor audio and power the camera from the same usb port. I've tried several splitter options and none of them work; leaving me to monitor audio with their usb dongle and pull that if I have to power the camera with my monitor battery usb out.
When shooting video a camera is fully caged, with matte box, rails and follow focus. You don't want to change a battery out. You pretty much have to tear down your rig to do that...
Go to SETUP (spanner symbol)
- Save Data Setup
- Copyright Information - change the information on Copyright and Author here)
It is well buried I have to admit but this should solve your problem.
Have you considered trying Davinci Resolve? I have used it with 4K H.265 4:2:0 generated with an X-T3. Color grading tools are excellent. Works well on a Mac. But I know there is Windows version. You can download the very powerful freeware version 17 that has no time limits to see if it works for you.