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Post your DSLR (5D2 and T1i) vids here!

 
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Jun 21, 2009 20:24 |  #31

what lens is everyone shooting with on the t1i?




  
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Jun 22, 2009 01:13 as a reply to  @ boostedbase's post |  #32

My main use of the 5DII video function has been for birding.

Here's a very short clip of an Oriole feeding outside my window.

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Jun 22, 2009 04:16 |  #33

^thats awesome, are u using a tri/monopod? and which lens?


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Jun 22, 2009 07:01 |  #34

kandyredcoi wrote in post #8152259 (external link)
^thats awesome, are u using a tri/monopod? and which lens?

Tripod..yes.

Set up..

5DMKII+100-400(at 400)+1.4 T.C...manual exposure control.

5DMKII..does some awesome video doesn't it?

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Jun 22, 2009 11:06 |  #35

^seriously! sweet!


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Jun 22, 2009 14:36 |  #36

the videos are really great. for manual exposure videos, do you also use manual focus or auto focus?


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Jun 22, 2009 16:31 |  #37

ralliart_04 wrote in post #8154561 (external link)
the videos are really great. for manual exposure videos, do you also use manual focus or auto focus?

For me, this depends on (1) how much time I have for the scene and (2) how much light for contrast there is.

When I shoot bird videos, I sometimes focus using the AF function on something close. The AF on my 5DII is no where near as fast as my XH A1, so I have to be ready by focusing on a spot where I think a bird will land ahead of time.

In many cases(bird shots or otherwise), unlike my XH A1, I focus the 5DII manually. This actually works pretty well because the view screen is very accurate and I use the 5DII for subjects that don't move a lot...giving me more time to focus.

Auto focus(if the scene is pretty contrasty) on the 5DII works well but is slow....2 - 3 seconds or more I would guess.

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Jun 22, 2009 16:37 |  #38

boostedbase wrote in post #8150546 (external link)
what lens is everyone shooting with on the t1i?

Boosted...If I may....

The lens used may not be the important part.

All my Canon lenses behave(in video mode) on my 5DMKII just as they do on my 5DMKII in still mode...only they provide me with the same image in video....cool huh?

The lens you use just depends on what kind of shot you want to get and what works with the camera in still mode.

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Jun 29, 2009 09:59 |  #39

The DSLR Video Thread

I looked around but could not find any thread where DSLR owners have collectively posted videos shot by them. Currently possible by 500D and 5D Mark 2 owners.

So post your videos in this thread. I'll start by posting two videos I have shot and edited on my Canon 500D -

1. Japan Montage
http://www.vimeo.com/5​289016 (external link)

2. Minakami Bungee and Rafting
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Jun 29, 2009 10:53 as a reply to  @ westernminnguy's post |  #40

1. Japan Montage
http://www.vimeo.com/5​289016 (external link)

2. Minakami Bungee and Rafting
http://www.vimeo.com/5​361340 (external link)


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Jun 29, 2009 12:55 as a reply to  @ acoustique's post |  #41

Thought I would post this here as well
Shot this for my buddy Kesler about 2 weeks ago with the 5D mark II.
Fun shoot with a great team and great model.

Shooting with the 5D is fun but I need to add some upgrades to the camera if I'm going to shoot more video. I really need a good loupe to check exposures and a much better tripod to stabilize the shots. Most of the wider shots are done with a 24-105 and the tighter shots with the 200mm.

Enjoy! (make sure to watch in HD!)

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Jun 29, 2009 14:37 |  #42

Nice!
What kind of tripod head would you recommend?
Did you use an external mic?

Kagemaru wrote in post #8195025 (external link)
Thought I would post this here as well
Shot this for my buddy Kesler about 2 weeks ago with the 5D mark II.
Fun shoot with a great team and great model.

Shooting with the 5D is fun but I need to add some upgrades to the camera if I'm going to shoot more video. I really need a good loupe to check exposures and a much better tripod to stabilize the shots. Most of the wider shots are done with a 24-105 and the tighter shots with the 200mm.

Enjoy! (make sure to watch in HD!)

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=9A5Hn4Lzjyc (external link)




  
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Jun 29, 2009 17:57 |  #43

Kage - that was really nice mate! well done... good feel... helps that you were shooting a gorgeous model but i think the camera nuts in us like to see the setups for shooting like this - its a good appreciation of what the makeup and wardrobe folks do...

wheres the shots of changing outfits in the desert... ?


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Jun 29, 2009 18:19 as a reply to  @ acoustique's post |  #44

nice footage w/ IS lens. it's a must for hand-held.




  
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Jun 29, 2009 21:05 |  #45

Trey T wrote in post #8196715 (external link)
nice footage w/ IS lens. it's a must for hand-held.

Thanks! I wish the 50mm 1.8 had IS :D


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