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Nov 05, 2008 23:58 |  #2

wow. wish i could download it. More realistic application of the 5d for video than Vincent's video.
amazing night shots too. I've always wanted a camera that can record with low noise like that at night and dof at the same time.




  
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Nov 05, 2008 23:59 |  #3

I wish the photo expo I had was in a more interesting location, I have a full 1080p clip from a preproduction model. (Focus didn't work because of TS-E 24L mounted)


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Nov 06, 2008 00:01 |  #4

There is nothing earth shattering to be seen here, but I continue to be convinced that without a steady tripod the potential quality is lost. Thanks for the link.


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Nov 06, 2008 00:05 |  #5

definitely more earth shattering than the bird videos and stationary roadside videos.




  
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Nov 06, 2008 00:14 |  #6

folville wrote in post #6632869 (external link)
There is nothing earth shattering to be seen here, but I continue to be convinced that without a steady tripod the potential quality is lost. Thanks for the link.

or IS. All the lenses he used were non-IS. still a great video nonetheless, shows what the 5D II offers in terms of lens creativity for video.


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Nov 06, 2008 00:42 |  #7

i doubt you can use IS in video. THe lens would probably catch fire after 12 minutes of recording.




  
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Nov 06, 2008 00:53 |  #8

folville wrote in post #6632869 (external link)
There is nothing earth shattering to be seen here, but I continue to be convinced that without a steady tripod the potential quality is lost. Thanks for the link.

Or a good weight screwed on underneath. (Move a camera around, then mount a monopod/folded tripod and move it again. It's steadier.)


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Nov 06, 2008 01:41 |  #9

lalelulelo wrote in post #6633004 (external link)
i doubt you can use IS in video. THe lens would probably catch fire after 12 minutes of recording.

I shoot a whole football game with IS on and it doesnt catch fire...


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Nov 06, 2008 08:46 |  #10

AdamLewis wrote in post #6633149 (external link)
I shoot a whole football game with IS on and it doesnt catch fire...

but not at 35pfs you don't :P


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Nov 06, 2008 09:12 |  #11

Tony McSpadden wrote in post #6634406 (external link)
but not at 35pfs you don't :P

Do you mean 35 FPS?


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Nov 06, 2008 09:13 |  #12

Bucster wrote in post #6634575 (external link)
Do you mean 35 FPS?

Or perhaps 30fps.


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Nov 06, 2008 13:24 |  #13

Tony McSpadden wrote in post #6634406 (external link)
but not at 35pfs you don't :P

What does that matter? You realize the shutter isnt being operated when video is being recorded, right?


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Nov 06, 2008 13:28 |  #14

I'm sorry, but I am completely impressed. On my 22 inch Samsung, it looks pretty darn wonderful. I'm getting the new camera if I can save up for it! But the video part is minor. The whole thing looks wonderful to me. :)


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Nov 06, 2008 15:41 |  #15

lalelulelo wrote in post #6633004 (external link)
i doubt you can use IS in video. THe lens would probably catch fire after 12 minutes of recording.

If you have the IS button switched to ON on the lens the IS is active the entire time video is shooting. I've read this numerous places, not the least of which is from page 123 of the 5D mII manual.




  
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