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Raw Video / how to shoot Dual ISO RAW
« on: March 03, 2015, 04:22:16 AM »
I have a 50D with latest nightly build of ML. Want to try out Dual ISO RAW video, but when I enable the option in Expo settings it says [MOVIE] This feature requires you shooting RAW.

I have live view enabled, movie mode on, MLV module enabled.

General Help Q&A / CF card reads with 50D but not with Mac Pro
« on: December 22, 2014, 11:58:06 PM »
I have an urgent problem with a CF card of mine, any help would be deeply appreciated.

Camera Make/model: Canon 50D v1.09 (latest)
Card: Komputerbay 32GB 1000x card
Computer Operating system:  OSX 10.9.4
Mac Pro serial number: G8840ZKX5J4
File system being used on camera: FAT32, formatted in camera
Card reader details: Sandisk ImageMate all in one usb 3.0 Card reader, supports UDMA7.
Port used on computer: USB2.0
Serial number from the bottom of the card: FR1306KXM32G TW

The card was used for raw video with the latest magic lantern nightly build and the card runs and preforms 100% in the camera. However when I try it on a computer through a brand new usb3 UDMA7 card reader it doesn't show up anywhere - including disk utility.

Until recently I have used the card with cheap Chinese card readers. I have two no-brand ones which used to work, a Hama usb2 one I bought recently, and since it didn't work, I bought an expensive Sandisk reader with a NEC chipset.
The card still works fine in the camera, I can take pictures and transfer them to the computer when I connect the camera with USB. But the card doesn't show up at all when using any card reader. I have also tried in Windows 7 and 8 - with the same result. The card has been formatted several times in camera - magic lantern has been removed on the last format.

Could it be that I damaged my card with the cheap card readers? Has anyone experienced this? Any tips, is there a way to revive the card, or i should just get a new one?

General Help Q&A / Shooting at 30p to deliver at 23.976p
« on: July 23, 2013, 08:35:47 AM »
I am shooting a music video in RAW with the 5D mark III and I was wondering about framerates.
I want to slightly slow time down with shooting at 30fps and then interpreting the footage as 23.976fps in After Effects. Is this a good idea, will it resolve in a smooth motion and does it in any way degrade the quality?
Also how much does this slow time down? I've heard it's about 20% but want to be sure in order to sync my audio track. If I speed up the audio by 20% and then slow down the footage from 30p to 23.976p and use the original audio track - will they match up?

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