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1st is in movie mode 2nd in playback. You have all showed on screen ;)

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Fresh benchmark
128Gb 1066x
1920x1080p@25fps
5d Mark III



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Benchmark of my 1200x card for comparison:

Liveview off


Liveview on


Well, looking at this benchmark I think that my 128Gb 1066x is not so bad after all...

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FPS override doesn't work on 6D either with mlvrec in crop mode. If you set it to 2fps it still records as 24fps.

Well, if it record in 24fps I would be happy... but it records in 29,97 and it's to damn high for 1066x card...

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It was about Ted's advice, which does not make sense to me.

For you... post some screenshots or a video showing the problem. The FPS indicator is not colored, so you may be reading something else.

http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html

well it's not fps indicator that is white/red but exposure data such as 1/50s f1.4 or something else here, no matter what it's red on crop 2560x960 and force 24fps is not working... This is a mlv problem... In raw_rec - well no problem with 2560x960@24fps with constans writing about 102mb/s

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?!?!?!??!

well i don't know either ;)

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Raw Video / FPS override is not working on crop mode - 5dmk3 1.1.3
« on: May 20, 2014, 08:50:55 AM »
Hello.

In normal 1920x1080 or 1920x720 FPS override is working perfectly...

When i switch to crop mode 2560x960 it automaticly ignores FPS override and goes to 30fps.  It sometimes works (white exposure data - for example 1/50 f1.4) but mostly not working at the same exposure (exposure data is red). I don't know what does those colors mean (red or white) and why FPS override is not working...

Do you have any clue what to do?

5dmk3 1.1.3
KomputerBay 128Gb 1066x
Fresh build from yesterday.

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Hardware and Accessories / Problem with KomputerBay CF 128GB 1066x.
« on: May 07, 2014, 03:19:36 PM »
Well... the problem is simple.
In Playback mode benchmark first Write 117,6MB/s and read 154,5MB/s.
In rec mode (1080p@24fps, mlv and raw_rec, whatever), write is max 82,5MB/s and read 120,5MB/s...

and minimum for 1920x1080p@24fps is 83 or more MB/s as far as I know...

The question: is that R/W normal? What can be wrong?

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Hardware and Accessories / Re: Nine hour battery life for DSLR
« on: May 06, 2014, 11:42:28 AM »
Well if someone wants to enhance battery life i suggest this option:

http://www.diyphotography.net/how-to-make-a-dslr-battery-run-4-times-longer/

I used it with Nikon and Nex3. Works perfectly :)

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Nice :) Keep it coming :)

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It would be nice to see how fast the Sandisk 160MB/s is on a 5Dmk3)

Thx. Well, Sandisk CF Cards in Poland are insanelly expensive so i don't have any possibility to help...
After recording about 40gigs of RAW and formating card is still above 100mb/s at this first lines of benchmark.

When GLOBAL DRAW is OFF you should get 115-120MB/s Write speed in playback, which would be in line with benches from KB and my own results.
Well... 112-115mb/s with GD off.

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looks good!? MLV full hd plus sound stable?

For now just raw_rec mode on. no sound. Well i'm quite a noob in ML so...

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Hardware and Accessories / Re: Nine hour battery life for DSLR
« on: May 05, 2014, 03:19:42 PM »
Im gonna look into those external battery packs, although im a bit worried powering up my 5d3 that way.

Well, you are not alone with that worries...

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Hello everyone!

Recently I bought KomputerBay 128GB 1066x CF and don't know if it's ok or broken...

Is this benchmark good or bad?  :'(


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Hello everyone!

Recently I bought KomputerBay 128GB 1066x CF and don't know if it's ok or broken...

Is this benchmark good or bad?


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