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EOS Bodies - For Video / Re: MKIII 60 FPS Slow Mo HELP
« on: April 10, 2012, 01:42:12 AM »
Like I told "Axilrod" im going to try another test this weekend and hopefully I can get better results by slowing down the shutter speed.
Yeah, the fast shutter speed is the culprit. That said, I kind of like the effect in some of these; it's freaky!

I read on a few videos and tutorials that the shutter speed had to be high when trying to do slow motion to eliminate motion blur. I've seen examples including this clip where they shot 1/1000th shutter speed at 60fps Twixtor Test 2

I use Final Cut Pro 7 and Motion for slow mo. Today I used Twixtor and Im getting pretty much the same result with changing the speed 1% at a time but with the motion blending and frame blending it looks a little better. I may try another test this weekend with slower shutters speeds
Uhhhh, why the heck would you use 2000 or 4000 shutter speed?  Redo the test with the shutter at 1/125 and it should look fine, the results I got looked as expected.  It's possible that those cars are just moving too damn fast for 60fps, but I think that shutter speed is just way too high either way.  That kinda sucks because they could have been really really cool slow mo shots. 

Also, do you have FCPX?  If you do a standard retime in there it's the same as Optical Flow in motion and much easier to get done.

And a Weissmann is?
get a weissmann for this stuff....

EOS Bodies - For Video / MKIII 60 FPS Slow Mo HELP
« on: April 08, 2012, 07:23:37 PM »
Here is a test I put together real quick with shooting at 60fps at 1/2000th shutter speed and the results didnt come out clean. I tried a few different methods in post to see if I can get some of the Morphing out of the shots. For these particular shots I need to up the shutter speed to atleast 1/4000th or maybe even 1/6400th or 1/8000th. I will try some test on water splashing or even skateboarding to try and try to get better results.

I used the crumplepop method of slowing down the footage in Motion because I dont have much knowledge of Twixtor nor do I want to buy it.

Canon 5D MKIII: 60fps Slow Mo Test

EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: 5D MKIII Eye-fi wireless tethering
« on: April 02, 2012, 01:13:14 PM »
No Problem. Im working on a few more videos to post since Canon doesn't.
That was helpful, thanks!

EOS Bodies - For Stills / 5D MKIII Eye-fi wireless tethering
« on: April 02, 2012, 10:36:02 AM »
Hey guys and gals,
  Here is another video I put together showing how to wireless tether photos from the 5D MKIII to a iPhone, iPad or Laptop.
Canon 5D MKIII: Eye-fi Wireless Tethering to iPad and iPhone

Here you go Viggo

You can set it to your pleasing with the MK3 so yes you can do 100%
Just to ask, can you set the mag-button to zoom directly to 100% like on the 1-series?

I hate the 5d and other canon's for having to spend 5 seconds holding the button to get to 100%, why would I review at 50%? I want to see if it's sharp or not...

Yeah its definitely going to come in handy for me at Weddings
Love the new silent shutter

EOS Bodies - For Stills / 5D MKIII HDR Sample *Video
« on: April 01, 2012, 05:06:00 AM »
I thought I would put together another video of yet another 5D MK3 function. Hopefully its informative to those that care Canon 5D MKIII: In Camera HDR

On the left hand side there is a Magnify glass that you have to hit in order to zoom and you also have to go into the menu to set what type of magnification you want. I chose same as last which is the same as the MK2

EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: Just got my 5DIII, should i keep 60D?
« on: March 31, 2012, 12:29:49 AM »
I personally would say keep it because you never know when you need a B camera for shoots. I personally always have to have 2 cameras because freak accidents always happen on shoots.

I put together a quick video comparing both the MK2 and MK3 shutter sounds for those that want to hear the difference. Enjoy!
Shutter Comparison: Canon 5D MKII vs Canon 5D MKIII

EOS Bodies - For Video / Re: Philip Bloom's Review Canon 5d Mark iii
« on: March 29, 2012, 02:35:24 AM »
I asked this question on vimeo but wanted to ask here. What picture style is he using? Also, does anyone know the compression he used was is ALL-I or IPB. Im having the hardest time trying to find decent information without people getting into a huge discussion and debate over how the Mk2 was better.

This also has me concerned because I had the same exact thing happen but if all else fails I will cancel my order and buy the kit from Beach Camera and sell the lens.
Um. This has me concerned. CS told me that it would ship today or tomorrow, my status then went from "Pending" to "Processing", but now it's back to "Pending".

Ordered mine Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 10:47 PM still pending and received an email on the 15th saying that my order was still on back order. I hope I get a confirmation tomorrow that it has shipped because I need my camera in time for a shoot.

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