The specs say it is an 8+2, so, no. It's better than a regular 8 Bit monitor, but used dithering to get the color of 10-bit.
They have resolved the magenta issue, both in a software as well as a manufacturing fix. There was an issue with early sensors.
Right now I'm in pre-production on a test between the pro and the older 4k. I can tell you one thing. Black Magic cameras look outstanding on paper. But their production is far from what they have on paper. Our 4k isn't usable due to the sensor flashing at ISO 400 and above. We need to send it in, or source another one for our test.
All good right up to the last point about putting the big leg away from the weight. That is asking for danger. He says correctly to put the weight on the big leg, but then says to put the leg in the wrong direction, leaving NO SUPPORT under the weight.
The big leg goes under the weight, and the sandbag goes on the big leg. Sheesh.
My 18-35 vignettes in 6k on the epic Dragon. Less noticeable at 20mm.
I have the GL Optics reshouse version of the lens, and they've been able to make it parafocal. Interchangeable mounts as well. It's my go to lens and matches with my Zeiss CP.2 lenses. I hope these are better or have the same features as the rehouse.
So, this allows me to connect a RAID to my computer and get 20Gb/s transfer speeds? Oh, No, it doesn't. Therefore, not goodbye, thunderbolt.