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5D shutter in slow motion

 
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Jul 17, 2009 23:13 |  #1

If you ever wondered what the shutter firing in slow motion looks like, I captured a couple today just for fun using a Phantom HD running at 2000 fps.

http://jpearman.smugmu​g.com …351_aVDzo#59412​4511_2CUHh (external link)

Due to all the interest I added 50D, 20D and RebelXT.

enjoy.




  
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Jul 17, 2009 23:18 |  #2

Man Oh Man...Look at that mirror bounce! No wonder they're falling off. I always assumed that the mirror movement was much more linear and more damped than that.

That's very cool


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Jul 17, 2009 23:26 |  #3

Bloody hell, look at how much it bounces! Does my 1D's bounce that much?!

Thanks for sharing! Very interesting.


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Jul 17, 2009 23:31 |  #4

I guess that was 1/250s because the curtains were fully opended. Now imagine that at 5 frames per second.


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Jul 18, 2009 00:02 |  #5

If dust can stick to something that bounces like that think about the sensor cleaner, can't bounce like that.

I call my 5D the clunk-a-dunk, the whole camera move much more during a photo than my 40D.

Thanks for the link, it was great.


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Jul 18, 2009 07:31 |  #6

are you serious? looks like that thing is falling apart




  
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Jul 18, 2009 09:04 as a reply to  @ liclic's post |  #7

very, very cool. nice post




  
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Jul 18, 2009 09:43 |  #8

Very interesting, thanks for posting.


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Jul 18, 2009 10:56 |  #9

That was awesome. Thanks


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Jul 18, 2009 11:22 |  #10

thats some cool stuff that!!! thanks!!!


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Jul 18, 2009 11:34 |  #11

Very interesting. I'm sorry I looked. Now I will dream about that tonight. As bad as the mirror was, the shutter was even more scarey, rippling like that.


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Jul 18, 2009 11:53 |  #12

Wow, I had no idea the mirror bounced like that!


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Jul 18, 2009 12:05 as a reply to  @ HaroldC3's post |  #13

Fascinating but scary at the same time. Thanks for posting!


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Jul 18, 2009 12:58 |  #14

Pretty neat footage. You should borrow a 1D and see what it does.


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Jul 18, 2009 13:00 |  #15

I would like to see a 1D shutter and mirror. :)


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