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Sep 20, 2012 01:15 |  #1

A friend of mine suggested I do a sped up video of the process of doing some artwork.
I'm a real newbie when it comes to video with a dslr and I tried it a couple weeks ago and the camera stopped recording automatically after 10minutes or so in. I need it to at least film for half hour increments, or longer...

So what settings should I use to allow that to happen? I was just using the defaults.

I use 16gb cards.

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Sep 20, 2012 02:12 |  #2

You could just do a time lapse! :)


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Sep 20, 2012 02:45 |  #3

Not gonna happen, it wont record for longer than 12 iirc. Either use a different camera or keep pressing record when it stops




  
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Sep 20, 2012 09:39 |  #4

Silly Rabbit wrote in post #15017816 (external link)
Not gonna happen, it wont record for longer than 12 iirc. Either use a different camera or keep pressing record when it stops

I see, thanks! Don't have another camera so I guess that's what I'm gonna have to do. :rolleyes:


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Sep 20, 2012 13:34 |  #5

Yeah, the record time for the 7D is about 12 minutes. I believe the 5D MkIII know has a longer record time of 30 minutes.

Personally I'd just do a timelapse of the artwork progress. Maybe it'll be some 1500 images or so, maybe more, but in the end it will be a better project.


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Sep 20, 2012 21:20 |  #6

ChasWG wrote in post #15019544 (external link)
Yeah, the record time for the 7D is about 12 minutes. I believe the 5D MkIII know has a longer record time of 30 minutes.

Personally I'd just do a timelapse of the artwork progress. Maybe it'll be some 1500 images or so, maybe more, but in the end it will be a better project.

Hmm you guys are convincing, that might be what I go with. I do have a remote that can set intervals...


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Oct 02, 2012 15:14 |  #7

Yup, timelapse will do the job nicely.
Also with the 8fps on the 7D you could add some "walking timelapse" by walking while holding the shutter.


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