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Quote from: gcbotas on October 11, 2013, 04:59:00 AMHello, I need to shoot some raw footage this weekend. The fact is that in my country simply can't find a 1000x memory. Any experience around here with a slower card?
Quote from: chroma on October 11, 2013, 12:57:13 AMAll your points are valid. But having spent 20+ years shooting 35mm and 65mm outdoors, I always liked to use whatever the current 50 ISO Daylight stock was available from Kodak (be it EXR, Vision I, II, etc.). Typically it was the very best emulsion they made (i.e. finest grain, widest latitiude). I also found it surprisingly forgiving in the shadows and good when pushed. I don't know about using 200 ISO film out in the desert without again using a bazillion stops of ND with an 85 filter.However, I would like to make one point without sounding argumentative, using a slower sensor in a 7D ML RAW camera (that I own) and having a slightly larger lighting package is way cheaper than purchasing or renting a RED or ALEXA or Panavision Genesis and using less lights. Is that a fair conclusion?Back to 7D ML RAW development, is there any word (or advisable procedure) for using an external HDMI monitor when shooting RAW?
QuoteIn the last versione 09/10/2013, when I use mlv record appear strange message on the display and the err 70:-(
QuoteBut I can't afford to risk 20-50k production day only with 7d raw.
Quote from: mrnv45 on October 11, 2013, 02:35:01 PMEBay has 1000x lexars for a good price. I got a 400x I can get2:35 continuous on 1500 aspect1780 continuous on 3:1
Quote from: Pileot on October 11, 2013, 10:54:50 PMJust a warning to anyone buying cards on ebay, there are MANY fraudulent cards out there, with different stickers or even modified to say they have a higher capacity in windows than they really do. Always format the card and run a benchmark / test utility (Google it, there are many) to check that the card has the speeds and capacities claimed.
Quote from: man_bites_dog on October 10, 2013, 04:42:09 PMHi AllLong time lurker over the last couple of years. Thanks to all the devs for making this incredible hack - it truly is remarkable!Don't know if this has been discussed or even possible, (and I have read a LOT of posts and didn't see anything), but are there any plans on creating a module that could write either ProRes or DNXHD to the CF card? I don't mind not having RAW controls and would love the option of having a 10-bit 4:2:2 Prores I could work with. Even maybe MJPEG (like the 1DC) would be good for me.Cheers
Quote from: mucher on October 12, 2013, 06:38:31 AMFor your information, with my Lexar 800x, which was from the internet, I have got 42mb/s sustainable, and that speed translates to 1344 x 756 by aspect of 16:9, if it means anything to anybody. Lexar's 800x and 1000x's write speed differentiates a lot seemingly.
Quote from: DragonFlame on October 12, 2013, 03:05:49 AMThis post is for discussion on 7D raw you would be better off asking that in the feature request section of the forum,
Quote from: DragonFlame on October 12, 2013, 10:21:38 PMI do not yet own a Lexar but if people on this board a correct it seems the 1000x cards are the way to go, the 800x for some reason even rated at 120mbs seem to have trouble reaching even half that speed. I would be interested to hear if anyone with a 800x has managed to hit 80mbs on their 7D?
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