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Poor video quality T2i

 
LMahone
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Aug 28, 2012 07:40 |  #1

Over the past few months I have noticed my video quality decreasing drastically. Random clips will have Okay to extremely Poor quality. Im trying to figure out what it is, Maybe the lens(18-135 3.5-5.6f), or something broken in the camera? If anybody knows or has experienced this I would love to fix it!




  
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Aug 28, 2012 07:45 |  #2

Video has many attritutes which in compilation could define the "Quality", which one are you having trouble with? Noise? Sharpness? Color rendition? Chromatic aberration? Aliasing? Distortion? ect..


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Aug 28, 2012 07:56 |  #3

Here is an example of the poor quality
http://www.facebook.co​m …1491604908&type​=1&theater (external link)




  
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Aug 28, 2012 08:17 |  #4

your first problem is that a still frame from HD video is only 2MP. not a bunch of information in there. but at 24 or 30 fps it adds up to create something great and full of information. also its on facebook so the quality is going to get lost even further from their compression

its no secret that while DSLR video is truly amazing the resolving power is not top shelf and therefore you cant expect incredible quality in still frame captures or pixel peeps of DSLR video.

if i did the same thing on my 7D the still frame capture would look almost exactly the same




  
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Aug 28, 2012 09:07 as a reply to  @ Brian_R's post |  #5

Sadly that is how it looks on the camera as well as final cut. I was thinking about reseting the camera to factory settings, hoping that will help.




  
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