Author Topic: [600D RAW] Farnham Art Society. Shot at ISO800+  (Read 2347 times)

vickersdc

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[600D RAW] Farnham Art Society. Shot at ISO800+
« on: December 19, 2013, 11:49:29 PM »
Having tried some tests with raw recording at high iso, and having amended how I approach it, I had the opportunity to pop down with the camera gear to shoot a quick video.

The Farnham Art Society had opened a 'pop-up' gallery for the second year in a row, and on the day it was closing, I got in to shoot some footage and interview one of the committee members. This gave me a chance to try out the higher ISO settings (800-1600) as well as the Tascam DR-60D audio recorder.


There has been no noise reduction applied to the footage, and you'll also see that I haven't removed the dreaded dots that appear with raw recording.

This was shot using just the Canon 600D, with the 18-55mm kit lens, audio recorded with a phantom-powered RODE lavalier mic, fed into the Tascam DR-60D.
Edited and graded in FCP X and Davinci Resolve 10 Lite.
Farnham360: my personal video project for 2014... http://www.farnham360.co.uk
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Luiz Roberto dos Santos

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Re: [600D RAW] Farnham Art Society. Shot at ISO800+
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2013, 06:59:19 AM »
Very good!
Try to send the footage at 0:46 for developers, please. Here: http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=9564.0

MichaelxBarakat

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Re: [600D RAW] Farnham Art Society. Shot at ISO800+
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2013, 08:24:47 AM »
You need to clean your sensor or your lens, there's so much dirt/dust particles in your video. Full screen the video.

vickersdc

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Re: [600D RAW] Farnham Art Society. Shot at ISO800+
« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2013, 01:20:05 PM »
@MichaelxBarakat:

The sensor does not need cleaning - as you'll have seen in my text, I said I hadn't removed the dreaded dots from the video. Check out this forum - it's a known issue with raw recording and the 600D, particularly noticeable in the highlight areas.
Farnham360: my personal video project for 2014... http://www.farnham360.co.uk
Learn the basics of Davinci Resolve 10 Lite by following the tutorials at http://www.davidvickers.co.uk
Twitter: @DVMediaPro