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Paris Manga 2011 : Cosplay Video 5D2 + 7D (Slowmo)

 
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Feb 12, 2011 00:57 |  #1

So here's another recent video I'd like to share. Yes it's cosplay again.... :p

However this time I was able to borrow a friend's 7D for slow motion shots. My only problem... 7D ISO 3200 - 6400 = not that great. Too noisy. I was pleased with the result in general but hey what can I do. Sucky indoor lighting isn't the best. Also you might noticed some suttering? ( not sure of the right term ) with some of the fast gliding shots. I used the 5D2 + 24L II for those, and there is indeed movement on the video. Looks like wider = better. There is clearly a big difference if you use 16mm or 17mm on a wider end, there is less movement.

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http://vimeo.com/19701​743 (external link)

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Aug 27, 2011 21:44 |  #2

do you shoot these in 30 or 24 fps?


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Aug 31, 2011 20:42 |  #3

Love it...


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Sep 01, 2011 19:17 |  #4

Fun video. Good job combining the action with the music. The end was a really good touch.
Thought that was "High School of the Dead" in there but I haven't seen it in a while. LOL
All of your cosplay stuff is great.


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Sep 02, 2011 03:53 as a reply to  @ BrickR's post |  #5

Good job!

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Sep 02, 2011 07:08 |  #6

I loved it! Very entertaining which is more than I can say about a lot of the shorts I watch on Vimeo. Great job.


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Sep 02, 2011 18:33 |  #7

Ten Ounce wrote in post #13040023 (external link)
I loved it! Very entertaining which is more than I can say about a lot of the shorts I watch on Vimeo. Great job.

True, but there are tons of cool shorts too. There are hundreds of thousands of videos on Vimeo so it takes some digging...or just plain dumb luck! I've stumbled over plenty of great things roaming around Vimeoland like "what's in here?" LOL! :)


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Sep 05, 2011 09:19 |  #8

Oridus wrote in post #13011430 (external link)
do you shoot these in 30 or 24 fps?

For the 5D2 clips, I shot them on 24fps for the slow motion clips (7D) , I shot at 60fps.


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