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General Chat / Re: Is it possible? HDR+4K at 5fps. on Canon 60d?
« on: November 02, 2015, 01:27:34 PM »
Thank you!  ;)

General Chat / Is it possible? HDR+4K at 5fps. on Canon 60d?
« on: October 31, 2015, 07:42:46 PM »
Hi guys,

I researched and tried and tested, but still cannot find solution for what I want to achieve.
Basically I want to make short (2-3min) time lapses of still cars. So far I have slider with mechanism that drags the camera very slowly while shooting stills (~3500 by 2700) on 5.3 fps.

First problem I want to solve is he mirror. I want it UP, locked during the whole period of continuous shooting. At the moment it goes up and down like crazy 5 times a second and creates vibrations which I want to avoid. Basically I only want the shooter to open and close.

Second thing I am wondering... its possible to have HDR 4k videos which are 4 of 5 fps (or may be more)? If its possible to have fullHD HDR video, why not having 4K HDR shot on around 5 FPS. If its a video that automatically means mirror will be locked and shooter open so it will solve the first problem.

From what I am aware its not possible at the moment with ML. Where can I ask if it could be developed or who to ask?

Thanks guys

Duplicate Questions / 7D RAW continuous shots
« on: June 12, 2014, 07:14:45 PM »

I'm totally new in ML. I got 7D with the idea to shoot documentaries but was surprised when it told me it can shot continuously only at 1280x720 :( CF card is 32gb x400 the ML update used is from 10/06/14

If you look at the yellow line it says "expected 162-168 frames at 39.9MB/s"
Now the questions:

1. Why 39.9MB/s?! what does it means? As far as I'm aware the camera can transfer up to 60MB/s

2. Is there a way I can continuously shoot at 1728x972 ot any similar resolution? If I get bigger and faster CF will it change?

3. How hot the processors will go if I have to film long shots?   

Thank you

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