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5D3 RAW video! This is crazy!!

 
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May 13, 2013 13:14 |  #16

sonnyc wrote in post #15927709 (external link)
Since I'm not shooting any video... give me the blinking AF light in Servo damn it...Argggg!!! :D

I second this. Not a fan of the AF illumination system.

I don't shoot video either, but am excited because it should help the 5D III retain a higher resale value.


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May 13, 2013 13:25 |  #17

bw!

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Just what we need, more household pets now in RAW HD.


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May 13, 2013 13:32 |  #18

Crashoran wrote in post #15927441 (external link)
Just what we need, more household pets now in RAW HD.

aliengin wrote in post #15927867 (external link)
bw!

I am so looking forward to future camera unboxing videos in RAW HD.


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May 13, 2013 16:52 |  #19

elitejp wrote in post #15927504 (external link)
Im sure they new what they had

Yea, they knew they had this $14,000 camera, that now takes inferior video.

http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …Cinema_EOS_Camc​order.html (external link)


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May 13, 2013 17:10 |  #20

So how many minutes will it take to full up a 32 Gigabyte card :) :)




  
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May 13, 2013 17:17 |  #21

Jim_T wrote in post #15928589 (external link)
So how many minutes will it take to full up a 32 Gigabyte card :) :)

at the highest possible resolution, about 3 and a half minutes :).

As long as you're not filming any Al Pachino movies, you should be ok.


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May 14, 2013 00:26 |  #22

mafoo wrote in post #15928535 (external link)
Yea, they knew they had this $14,000 camera, that now takes inferior video.

http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …Cinema_EOS_Camc​order.html (external link)

I think theres more to a video recorder than the quality of video. not to mention i dont think ML rewrote code for the 5d3 i think they just allowed access to what was already there. kinda like overclocking your cpu. Its all in there already to be used. So you dont think Canon had any idea that the code they wrote for the 5d3 was capable of this...I tend to think they knew. But as my post suggests its all speculation on my part.


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May 14, 2013 00:38 |  #23

sonnyc wrote in post #15927709 (external link)
Since I'm not shooting any video... give me the blinking AF light in Servo damn it...Argggg!!! :D

Amen to that. Histogram in the viewfinder would put me over the moon.


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May 14, 2013 07:22 |  #24

fotocrack wrote in post #15929795 (external link)
Amen to that. Histogram in the viewfinder would put me over the moon.

lol, how would you propose they put a histogram into an optical viewfinder, on a DSLR? :)


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May 14, 2013 07:25 |  #25

elitejp wrote in post #15929768 (external link)
I think theres more to a video recorder than the quality of video. not to mention i dont think ML rewrote code for the 5d3 i think they just allowed access to what was already there. kinda like overclocking your cpu. Its all in there already to be used. So you dont think Canon had any idea that the code they wrote for the 5d3 was capable of this...I tend to think they knew. But as my post suggests its all speculation on my part.

It's not over clocking the CPU. The sensor exports a tremendous amount of information, and then Canon's in camera hardware and software turnes that information into a movie file. All they did, was tell the camera to bypass that step, and just send all the information, as the sensor collected it, to storage and then on a computer we will turn it into a movie file.

So they are not asking the camera to collect any more information then it was collecting anyway.


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May 14, 2013 10:07 |  #26

mafoo wrote in post #15930344 (external link)
It's not over clocking the CPU. The sensor exports a tremendous amount of information, and then Canon's in camera hardware and software turnes that information into a movie file. All they did, was tell the camera to bypass that step, and just send all the information, as the sensor collected it, to storage and then on a computer we will turn it into a movie file.

So they are not asking the camera to collect any more information then it was collecting anyway.

i think that was my point. Canon could have just as easily done this if they wanted to. The illustration about overclocking a cpu was an illustration for illustration purposes not an analysis of what ML did.


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May 14, 2013 10:21 |  #27

elitejp wrote in post #15930843 (external link)
i think that was my point. Canon could have just as easily done this if they wanted to. The illustration about overclocking a cpu was an illustration for illustration purposes not an analysis of what ML did.

Oh god yes. I have said in other posts that Canon, above any other camera manufacturer, dumbs down its products.

The SL1 does not need to only shot 4fps, or have such a poor AF system. They chose to do that to not compete with the T5i.

All market leaders do this, and it sucks.


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May 14, 2013 10:35 |  #28

Just as much as any car manufacturer can put in their top-of-the-line engine and features into their economy-class compact cars, and any other company with multiple product lines.


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May 14, 2013 10:40 |  #29

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Just as much as any car manufacturer can put in their top-of-the-line engine and features into their economy-class compact cars, and any other company with multiple product lines.

That's different. It's more like when HP made a personal printer, put the same internals in it that they had in there higher line printer, and then actually spent MORE money in development to make the printer slower.

The "engine" in the SL1 is the same "engine" that's in higher level cameras. It cost Canon nothing to add functionality. They chose to dumb it down, so it does not compete.


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May 14, 2013 10:50 as a reply to  @ mafoo's post |  #30

Well software companies do this and really as ML has shown, this is really just software related. So while we may still think of cameras as mostly hardware, in reality you are also paying quite a bit for the software.

Think about all the software with 'regular' and 'pro' versions. One could argue that since the 'pro' version is written it should be the same price as the 'regular'.

Of course I still agree it's frustrating because we don't have the option to by an SL1 with a 'pro' software and features of a 1-series camera.


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