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Share Your Videos / Re: 5D MarK III 60 FPS Slow Motion
« on: June 10, 2020, 02:00:38 AM »
My Gf went to State and I go to community college so I root for her team lmao. Settings used were to set the camera to ALL I 1280 x 60 fps Then go to magic lantern Raw movie menu

1920 x 648 , 11 bit lossless, preview framing, sound recording on. Form here I import into MLV APP and convert to prores 1920 x 1080. It seems to be pretty stable and Is pretty close to continuous recording. I am also using SanDisk Extreme Pro 160mb/s memory cards.



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Share Your Videos / 5D MarK III 60 FPS Slow Motion
« on: June 05, 2020, 03:40:49 AM »
Hey guys! Here's my first go at slow motion 60fps with my 5D Mark III.

Let me know what you think.



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User Introduction / Re: Hello from Florida
« on: June 17, 2019, 05:43:15 PM »
Hello from Delray Beach, FL  :D

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Share Your Videos / Girlfriend Equestrian Farm 5D Mark III 3.5K RAW
« on: May 23, 2019, 08:46:08 PM »
Heres my second go at some 4K RAW video on the 5D Mark III I think I'm going to start experimenting with 48 and 60 fps slow motion video next. Let me know your thoughts.

5D Mark III
24-105L

Video Link:
Instagram @Lockiel

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The noise observed has little to do with ISO 100.  It is a result of severe underexposure which results in reduced sgnal to noise ratio and hence the noise.  Always expose to the right (ETTR) without blowing up the highlights and you will enjoy much less noise even at much higher ISOs.  If you do so, even at ISO 6400, the noise will be quite acceptable on the 5D3.

I’m thinking you’re right. I’m just getting back into it and haven’t invested in an external display. Very hard to check exposure properly in this bright Florida sun! I’ll try out different settings next time.

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Nice shots! You have a good eye!

What lenses/settings did you use? Did you edit in Davici or camera raw? My only critique would be the noise. Sometimes it was extremely noticeable. Always shoot at ISO100!   :D

Thanks! Used a 24-105L and adobe premiere lumitri.

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Hey guys this is my first time really testing out continuous 3.5K raw on my 5D mark III. Not too good at color grading yet but excited for what I can do.

Follow me on instagram: @lockiel

let me know what you think.


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