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Wes Vasher April 13th, 2007 02:17 PM

Five HV20 clips, a running creek, a zoom
 
5 shots zipped, 137 MB total
All shot using 24p with Cinema Mode at 1/48 shutter

http://www.filefactory.com/file/893ee0/

Click here for a preview
A creek, zoom across field, and more animals.

Mike Horrigan April 13th, 2007 02:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wes Vasher (Post 659649)
5 shots zipped, 137 MB total
All shot using 24p with Cinema Mode at 1/48 shutter

Does it automatically set to 1/48?
How do you switch between 1/48 and 1/60 in Cinema mode @ 24p?

Wes Vasher April 13th, 2007 02:58 PM

It's automatic as far as I can tell. The only way I can figure out to see what it is recorded at is to play it back. I don't think I've shot cine footage yet that didn't turn out to be 1/48.

Mike Horrigan April 13th, 2007 03:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wes Vasher (Post 659682)
It's automatic as far as I can tell. The only way I can figure out to see what it is recorded at is to play it back. I don't think I've shot cine footage yet that didn't turn out to be 1/48.

The manual seems to imply both 1/48 and 1/60
I was just wondering how to switch between them.

Thanks,

Mike

Wes Vasher April 13th, 2007 03:21 PM

AFAIK you can not adjust shutter in Cine mode, only exposure/aperture so the camera must switch to 1/60 when if it feels like it.

Mike Horrigan April 13th, 2007 03:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wes Vasher (Post 659696)
AFAIK you can not adjust shutter in Cine mode, only exposure/aperture so the camera must switch to 1/60 when if it feels like it.

Thanks, I know how to adjust the exposure in Cinemode, how do you adjust the aperture in Cinemode? Or is that basically the same thing?

Love all the pictures on your site BTW.

Mike

Wes Vasher April 13th, 2007 04:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike Horrigan (Post 659699)
Thanks, I know how to adjust the exposure in Cinemode, how do you adjust the aperture in Cinemode? Or is that basically the same thing?

Love all the pictures on your site BTW.

Mike

Thanks Mike! The exposure usually gives you some aperture control. I like to look down the lens barrel and see what's happening, you can see the aperture blades open and close as well as the ND filters flipping down.

David Grieser April 14th, 2007 09:19 AM

I'm trying to download those clips since yesterday, but the download doesn't seem to work.
I could download all your other clips from filefactory.com...

After the image verification I always get "page cannot be displayed" in Firefox and Internet Explorer.

Brad Vaughan April 14th, 2007 12:04 PM

Same here...

I can't get this off filefactory either. IE just goes blank after a few secs.

Could you please re-host it with them or try megaupload.com?

Steve Hagan April 14th, 2007 05:08 PM

yep Im having the same problem, the upload does not work

Ken Ross April 14th, 2007 08:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by David Grieser (Post 660072)
I'm trying to download those clips since yesterday, but the download doesn't seem to work.
I could download all your other clips from filefactory.com...

After the image verification I always get "page cannot be displayed" in Firefox and Internet Explorer.

I'm getting the same thing.

Elmer Lang April 14th, 2007 08:17 PM

I had trouble with the file factory thing, but found I might need a couple times to go throught the process to get it to work.

CLink on the link. Find "Download for free with FileFactory Basic"

In new page type in letters

Elmer Lang April 14th, 2007 08:21 PM

Sorry, my own problem.

Again:

I had trouble with the file factory thing, but found I might need a couple times to go throught the process to get it to work.

Click on the link.

Find "Download for free with FileFactory Basic". New page appears.

In new page type in letters of verification code, click continue. New page appears.

Click on "I had trouble with the file factory thing, but found I might need a couple times to go throught the process to get it to work.

Click on the link. Find "Click here to begin your download".

It should then ask where to save. You might have to do that process several times.

I think that's it, but it's tricky.

best,
elmer

Elmer Lang April 14th, 2007 08:24 PM

Again:

Click on the link.

Find and click on "Download for free with FileFactory Basic". New page appears.

In new page type in letters of verification code, click continue. New page appears.

Find "Click here to begin your download". Click on the link.

It should then ask where to save. You might have to do that process several times.

I think that's it, but it's tricky. (Duh!)

best,
elmer

Brad Vaughan April 14th, 2007 08:27 PM

Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage


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