Author Topic: Music Video shot on 600D/T3i - 10 bit raw  (Read 454 times)

David_Hugh

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Music Video shot on 600D/T3i - 10 bit raw
« on: October 20, 2017, 11:00:24 AM »
Hey!

I wanted to share this video because I think it is perhaps encouraging to see for other users what the old timey 600D is capable of. Now granted, the color grading is not the best, this was my first attempt dealing with Resolve and I'm by no means a professional when it comes to any of this. Still amazed by how good 1280x544 in 10bit raw can look though  :D.

Recording was continuous, lens was a sigma 18-35 f.1.8.
Everything filmed wide open at 1.8.
ISO was 400 if I remember correctly. NO denoising whatsoever!

And before anyone asks: Yes I was aware of the rolling shutter of DSLRs before I started filming, but I figured what the heck. It suits the whacky style of the video - It's not a bug it's a feature.

Also, inspiration for the video was the ever glorious Going Out West, by Tom Waits

Enjoy  :D


rsmith02

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Re: Music Video shot on 600D/T3i - 10 bit raw
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2017, 08:13:09 PM »
That was creatively shot for a relatively simple set!

I wouldn't have guessed it was the 600D if you didn't say it.  I use that camera as well, though never on a project like this.