Canon 6D - RAW and stabilizer test

Aug 5, 2014
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Hello everyone!

First post here but I have been lurking around for quite some time!

A couple of months ago I went to Japan (great country) and got myself a Canon 6D, and about a week ago I received a stabilizer I ordered from amazon.

So I decided to take it for a test run outside and this is the first few shots I took with it. It was not perfectly balanced (due to my inexperience with it) but I enjoyed using it a lot!
All this was also filmed using Magic Lanterns RAW module which is both lovely and painful to work with.

https://vimeo.com/102320086

Hope you enjoy it, and please leave a comment or critique if you do since I am pretty novice at both editing and grading :)
 

Arthur_Nunes

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Aug 22, 2014
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Walkramis,

I guess there are some artifacts due to mask sharpening on moving subjects and fine detail textures (e.g. moving tire at 0:45 and sand texture underneath it)

try to enhance sharpness with less mask sharpening and maybe more contrast or clarity to compensate that
 
Aug 5, 2014
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Thank you everyone :)

The stabilizer I bought was http://www.amazon.co.uk/eimo-Carbon-Handheld-Stabilizer-Steadycam/dp/B00E3VZSAE/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1416799328&sr=8-4&keywords=stabilizer

I'm very happy with it, considering the price, and I really like it as a first step into stabilizers and video accessories.
 

Marsu42

Canon Pride.
Feb 7, 2012
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Walkramis said:
Hope you enjoy it, and please leave a comment or critique if you do since I am pretty novice at both editing and grading :)
Congrats on getting that working, shooting raw with the 6d is a pita not only because of the cropped picture, but because of the slow sd card interface. Unfortunately, this makes all 6d sample raw videos I saw look kind of similar - a succession of short clips with ambient music. Did you shoot .raw or .mlv?

As to the grading: I don't do video and don't like like over-grading, but probably fancying heavy post ops comes with playing around with the software. To /me as a simple viewer, this looks like the tint is off. It could be my monitor, but the greys look magenta - or is this a desired artistic effect?