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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by swsw1550 View Post
    The 5D is a full frame still camera, the video side of things is just a gimic, why would you use a still full frame still camera for video?

    Steve
    Hopefully this will all be mute when/if Red releases the new modular versions of the red line. The same core product can be used as both still and video. The a la carte items will be the expensive part of the setup.


    why would you use a still full frame still camera for video?

    The aerial fisheye shot in the demo, a gimmick shot if you will, is perfect for this camera. Small and easy to hold on to. The variety of lenses is what makes it attractive. How many lenses are availabe for the EX3?
    I'm not saying to use the camera as an 'A' camera.

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  • swsw1550
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    The 5D is a full frame still camera, the video side of things is just a gimic, why would you use a still full frame still camera for video?

    Steve

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by Jim N View Post
    The Canon 5D still suffers from the "rolling shutter" effect, ie: when you pan the camera vertical objects "bend". HD Video mode in DSLR's will just be a gimmick for me until this limitation is overcome.

    Jim
    I believe the main use for cameras such as these are for 'effect' shots. Certain lenses will give certain looks to a production. If you are renting cameras to do these shots-which are only on screen for mere seconds, this camera 'appears' to be able to accomplish this task.. Also, Canon has a large selection of lenses from which to choose.
    When this camera drops in price, which it will, it will be more afforable to own
    than to rent....that is if you are using either one regularly.

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  • bmaque12
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    Originally posted by wags View Post
    Actually I have those other raw clips from the Canon site and they opened up in EDIUS but it's best to convert to Canopus HQ to edit.

    Looking at it now that was not a raw clip.
    wags ,I dont understand I downloaded canon 5d mark 3 files and they worked just fine on edius 4.5 aM i MISSING SOMETHING?

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  • STORMDAVE
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    EX1 also has the rolling shutter problem.

    You might want to take a look at the latest Panasonic offerings. The P2 ones still use CCD. The EX1 does have higher resolution than the hand held Panasonic cameras, though.

    There is still that problem when flashes hit the object, the screen kind of splits in half with CMOS sensors. Might be a nightmare for some event videographers.

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  • thready
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    Originally posted by Jim N View Post
    The Canon 5D still suffers from the "rolling shutter" effect, ie: when you pan the camera vertical objects "bend". HD Video mode in DSLR's will just be a gimmick for me until this limitation is overcome.

    Jim
    Thanks for the reply....

    Damn, My hopes/expectations have been shattered once again... What is best value wide angle HDTV camera with 1920x1080 P minimum. 3xChip or other sensor type? Storage media requirements???

    Cheers, thready

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  • SRsupport
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    Not only those camera's. Sony ex series are known for this jellow effect. :)
    You have to take your time to clean stuff up in Edius.
    Some like it and some don't.

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  • Jim N
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    The Canon 5D still suffers from the "rolling shutter" effect, ie: when you pan the camera vertical objects "bend". HD Video mode in DSLR's will just be a gimmick for me until this limitation is overcome.

    Jim

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  • thready
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    Edius and canon eos 5d mk2

    Originally posted by donpham View Post
    does edius broadcast work with the canon 5d markII?

    full HD video at 1920x1080 over mini-HDMI or CF card
    -- 30 frames per second (but no mention of 24p)
    -- max. recording file size of 4GB per clip, or:
    -- max. recording time of 29 min. 59 sec.
    -- clips recorded in .MOV format using MPEG-4

    after looking at this sample, i would like to try the cam.

    http://blog.vincentlaforet.com/2008/...r-ado-reverie/
    Hi,
    I too have been researching this new EOS 5D MK2. Brilliant. I am 95% ready to purchase. Waiting for a hands on demonstration. Looking for more reviews and examples regularly before I lash out before christmas. I dont think I can wait any longer for the SDI version ??? EOS 1D MK4 or EOS 3D ??? I've been wanting a HDV SLR camera which supports EOS lenses for so long now... Time to ditch my EOS 3 camera and make the transition from film to digital at last... HDV video cameras dont cut the mustard for stills like film does... I wish Canopus (yes,... GV Thomson) would offer SDI soon for edius 5.x...

    RE: film clip/file

    I have only been able to find a flash video version. Where can I download the raw quicktime file. Cheers, Thready

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  • STORMDAVE
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    It was a QuickTime H.264 clip so it should open fine in EDIUS. Not sure what the Canon shoots in raw, I'm guessing QuickTime so it should open. However it's going to be a 1920x1080 clip so you will need a good system for it to handle these clips.

    By the way from my perspective this camera is "ok" for cetain things, but not really good for run and gun. Notice how in the heli shot they used a stabilizer, imagine it hand held :)

    Even with a tripod you could see a bit of a "shake". If people are going all out on the production value, I am sure they'll be better off renting a good ENG HD camera, or even the RED.

    Other than that, the resolution is superb and so is the color. I like Canon & Nikon DSLR's very much.

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  • wags
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    Actually I have those other raw clips from the Canon site and they opened up in EDIUS but it's best to convert to Canopus HQ to edit.

    Looking at it now that was not a raw clip.

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  • muleferg
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    Thanks Dave, Thats good to know.

    Mule

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  • STORMDAVE
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    AVC-Intra is only for .mxf clips from Panasonic cameras.

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  • muleferg
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    "The raw clip would not open in EDIUS so I converted it to a 1440/1080 m2t file and them dropped it into EDIUS for frame by frame look."

    I believe it would work with the AVC Intra plugin.
    My main computer with the AVC Intra is not avail with the internet. or I would give it a try. I am interested in upgrading my D5
    Mule

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  • wags
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    Yes that was a nice clip indeed...however they were very careful how they filmed and cut it up....the camera was nearly always still and they let the action move.
    Anytime is was moving the shots were kind of camouflaged.

    The raw clip would not open in EDIUS so I converted it to a 1440/1080 m2t file and them dropped it into EDIUS for frame by frame look.

    Watch for rolling shutter effect / skew... I could pick it out on a couple shots.
    Its certainly shoots video better than the new Nikon though and would be good for certain jobs.

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