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Jeff Anselmo October 11th, 2010 10:11 AM

Short video with new XF300
 
Hi Folks,

Excited to play around with my new XF300. But had chores to do; so I thought I'd shoot it! And get in some play time with our dog, OhNo.


Kevin Nelson October 11th, 2010 02:58 PM

Good stuff Jeff - that time lapse feature can be addicting. I bought a Meade motorized telescope at a yard sale for $1 and have adapted it to take my XF. You can program the speed to microseconds and get some very cool results. I'll post some soon.

Buck Forester October 11th, 2010 06:23 PM

Pretty cool!

Larry Hill October 11th, 2010 10:17 PM

Nice demo shoot - I always have trouble coming up with a "first light" shoot.

What did you use for your Cumbres and Toltec video? As a rail enthusiast I really enjoyed that.

Jeff Anselmo October 12th, 2010 08:53 AM

Hi Folks,

Thanks for watching!

@Kevin--I love timelapses! When I shot with an XL2, I'd record continuously and speed it up in post (no interval setting, eventhough the XL2 has one). I have seen videos from folks here using motorized mounts for timelapses and they look very cool. And your timelapse video of production setting up looked really good!

@Buck--Thanks!

@Larry--I'd love to take the XF300 in a train ride someday! I shot the Cumbres-Toltec video with an XL2, using a SteadyStick, and tried uprezzing with Magic Bullet Instant HD. (Not really the HD results that I wanted, but it's ok.) I've also ridden the Durango line a couple years back, but I shot that with a Canon HV30. (That footage is sadly just languishing in an external harddrive.)

Best,


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