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Oct 26, 2012 21:08 |  #1

i have a couple 5d mark 2's i use to shoot weddings, i use a canon 50, 18-35, and a zeiss 100. sometimes at the reception i have to go as high as 3200 iso and it looks terrible, what ways are there to minimize this? i edit in FCP X




  
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Oct 27, 2012 01:42 |  #2

Compressor has a noise reduction feature and there are also plug ins for FCPX that will help. I avoid going over 800 as it's not worth it.




  
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Oct 27, 2012 02:52 |  #3

Might want to try out Neat Video, it's one of the best NR plugins out there, and it's inexpensive. http://www.neatvideo.c​om/ (external link)


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Oct 27, 2012 05:20 as a reply to  @ Kolor-Pikker's post |  #4

800?? If you ever shoot indoors after dark I usually can't go less than 2000




  
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Oct 27, 2012 05:27 as a reply to  @ mystic97z's post |  #5

Red Giant Denoiser II is also an excellent option.


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Oct 27, 2012 05:57 |  #6

mystic97z wrote in post #15174845 (external link)
800?? If you ever shoot indoors after dark I usually can't go less than 2000

I always regret when I do so never bother, it's also down to personal preference, I prefer a darker look to my videos.




  
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Oct 27, 2012 11:56 |  #7

Darryll wrote in post #15174884 (external link)
I always regret when I do so never bother, it's also down to personal preference, I prefer a darker look to my videos.

lol. most people prefer a proper exposure in their videos. you will see less noticeable noise if the image is properly exposed.

unless you are shooting home movies or stuff for fun i dont think i would ever want to intentionally use a lower ISO to avoid noise, if anything i would start hunting more light or faster apertures rather than sacrifice exposure because i dont like noise in my video. i would rather be able to keep shadow detail :)




  
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Oct 27, 2012 13:58 |  #8

Brian_R wrote in post #15175537 (external link)
lol. most people prefer a proper exposure in their videos. you will see less noticeable noise if the image is properly exposed.

My videos are properly exposed for what I want thanks ;)




  
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