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EOS Bodies - For Video / Re: 5D Mark III Timecode Question
« on: March 06, 2012, 07:25:17 AM »
in practise it only works to sync multiple camera's and even then it won't be accurate to the frame.
clocks can/will start to drift after a few minutes so it won't be frame accurate.

So however usefull for getting the shots approx. close.  not realy the best solution for audio syncing.
The easiest solution for syncing dual system sound is the stand alone program "dualeyes" or the plugin "pluraleyes"
at 149$ realy worth the investment in my opinion.

thanks for the reply, the workflow of pluraleys/dualeyes is still a bit of a hassle...
Horita makes a cheap timecode generator which can feed timecode signal to the mic in on DSLRs, only Avid and Final Cut Pro can read this auido TC...

guess i'll just stick to clapperboard

EOS Bodies - For Video / 5D Mark III Timecode Question
« on: March 06, 2012, 05:59:15 AM »
As we all know that 5D Mark III features SMPTE timecode with Free run and Record run option, my question is, can this timecode be used for syncing dual system sound? or is it solely for multi-5D3 sync purpose?

I have a Tascam HD-P2 which can take timecode source (Horita is a cheap solution).

EOS Bodies / Re: Is '22' the magic number?
« on: March 04, 2012, 04:06:06 PM »
a slight increase to 22mp is intended for EOS-Movie, horizontal pixels 5760 is exactly 3 times of 1920, this indicates that 5D Mark III will do a full-sensor readout and 3x3 pixel bining to produce clean, sharp and almost-no-moire HD video.

I'm excited about the backup! Wedding shooters/Event photographers will appreciate the peace of mind!

You can get SanDisk's Extreme Pro (90 MB/s) 64GB SDXC for $190...

Their Extreme Pro (90 MB/s - UDMA 6) 64GB CF is $390...

For you speed demons, their (100 MB/s - UDMA 7) 128GB CF is $800... :o  Spendy!

Note that the 95MB/s Extreme Pro SDXC is UHS-1 standard, it's still unknown if 5D3 supports UHS-1, if not, maximum speed will be capped at around 30MB/s

EOS Bodies / Re: *UPDATE* The Next 5D on March 2, 2012 [CR3]
« on: February 29, 2012, 06:49:33 AM »

This image has appeared on an article of 24/2/12 on the linked article was removed.

"Colazione da Eos" means "Breakfast at Eos"

Why it was written in Italian? isn't the event in France & singapore? that's weird...

What does that mean in English?

EOS Bodies / Re: NO 5dM3 On Friday * CONFIRMED By a canon Rep Today
« on: February 29, 2012, 05:28:17 AM »
according to this video and cr guy , it seems they are pretty confident about the 5D3 release..lets wait 2 more days ..

from the website -
"..I believe their will be a special feature of this camera that has the potential to change our industry.."  :o :o :o

i think it might be a video related feature...

would it be 4K? I'm so excited!!

EOS Bodies / Re: See the 1dx at B&H on March 12
« on: February 28, 2012, 10:19:05 AM »
Sony will release a few new cameras on the same day, March 12th. including a new NEX camcorder (FS100 successor)?

we'll see... lots of things happening in this coming spring!

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