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Old January 22nd, 2007, 10:54 PM   #136
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Geir, as a nature lover, I really enjoyed your film...keep it up!!
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Old February 23rd, 2007, 04:16 PM   #137
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Edgemere - amatuer on the H1

Well here it is. My first 'real' usage of the H1 at work. I had about an hour and a half outside the house (the one we`ll be restoring at work) to just play with the camera since it was all of 46 degrees! Any and all critique welcome, be it framing, motion, etc. My thoughts/comments

- the second clip is very shaky due to a bad tripod head, and most likely my shaky hand, but the head wiggles alot even with a slight touch and it was at close to full zoom.
- these are random shots and not intended to be edited together, it was just practice but i thought to share and try and make something nice like I see in the sample clip section instead of just uploading a random clip. Thanks for the inspiration guys.
- I think the white balance was off, and i dare not take more time on this doing color correction as i am on the clock and it was supposed to be a quick practice....hard to tell someone that "quick" and "editing" don`t usually go in the same sentence.

those are all the excuses i have :D Hope you still enjoy it.

http://www.kiukle.com/temp/edgemere.mov
50 megs
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Old February 26th, 2007, 03:56 PM   #138
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just shows the canon is a beautiful camera, with nice images. A real pity about the shaking tripod, its really noticable apart from its good. Nice music too. The main advice i can give you is this. Your eyes dont zoom, so dont use it, watch any hollywood movie and you will see they never use zoom, unless its very intentional, bet you never thought about that beore have ya :) Thanks for posting and keep giving us more footage please!

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Old March 2nd, 2007, 12:58 AM   #139
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Norway Scenery #2

Here is some more footage shoot with Canon XLH1 + 20x HD L. The file is uncompressed Mpeg2 - 720p, file size 127MB, lenght 1:18

Link: http://media.dvinfo.net/xlh1/pj/muskox-winter.mpg


The footage show the Muskoxen at the Dovrefjell Nationalpark in a beautiful winter scenery.
Originally shoot in 1080/50i (PAL), shutter at 1/50, presets from Steven Dempsey's DISJECTA, whitebalance outdoor, gain -3. Aperture adjusted for proper exposure. I used a polarization filter and ND set to 1/6.

Get the right DOF and focus is my main task for the moment, but I think I managed well in this footage? The camcorder is working very well under this cold conditions. I'm using the FU-1000 viewfinder which is much better than the original vf.

I would like to know what you think about this footage, especially from a technical aspect?

Enjoy
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Old March 6th, 2007, 10:02 AM   #140
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Can you put them up again? been looking all over for greenscreen shots with the xl h1
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Old March 7th, 2007, 08:26 AM   #141
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Raw SDI from the H1 is great for keying, depending on how you capture it.
Would you mind explaining more of what you mean by this please?

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Old March 7th, 2007, 11:49 AM   #142
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i see what you mean, the one of the 'lantern' wasn`t supposed to last that long either...i just ran out of shots to fill the song out so I let it go. I`d have preferred more ECU shots but being the house is so old, there wasn`t much pleasant (even in its old form) to focus in on. Can`t wait until its restored.
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Old March 11th, 2007, 09:07 AM   #143
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Hi Nathan.
I've just watch your Edgemere house video, and I think it was nice.
I agreed with Andy on the shaking comments, but next time i guess it wont shake at all :)
It's a fine old house and the music was perfect together with the pictures you've captured. I liked your change of focus on details, I must admit, when I do this myself I get shaky pictures on tape.
I hope you will enjoy your camera as much I do with mine, and in my opinion, it's a great working horse.
I hope to see more of your videos on this site.

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I hope my Norwegian/English was understandable to you :)
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Old March 15th, 2007, 04:17 PM   #144
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i am lost hd-sdi

is there any portable way to capture hd-sdi with the g1

like getting hd recorder or something else????


i got lost with all this cameras and there out puts

like the the v-1 g-1
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Old March 15th, 2007, 04:24 PM   #145
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Old March 18th, 2007, 08:19 PM   #146
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The island "Runde"

In between rain, snow and windy weather I shot these scenes.
My wife and one of my daughters join me this time.
It's from the island Runde on the west coast of Norway.
It is famous for it's thousands of seabirds, but this is a little early in the season.
Some clips are a bit shaky because of the wind, but I did use a tripod.
Here's my video, 72 MB/wmv-file: Runde

Runde is also a treasure island.
In 1972 3 divers found a treasure, you can read about it here: Treasure island Runde
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Old March 19th, 2007, 12:54 AM   #147
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Forget portable SDI for now, suffer through the chunky stuff for a little while longer until more options are developed and produced, then dig deep in those pockets as it's not going to start out affordable, but will get there in time.


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Old March 31st, 2007, 11:26 AM   #148
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Mr Otto, the sea otter

I'm not sure where to put my videoclips?
Under "Show your work" or "XL H1 Sample Clips" ?

Heres a link to Mr Otto, the sea otter: http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthread.php?t=90364
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 05:03 PM   #149
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Nice job Geir. It's great to get a Norwegian perspective on wildlife :)
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Old April 2nd, 2007, 05:09 PM   #150
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Thanks Steven, nice of you to say.
I'm a bit comfused, where to put my movies in this forum.
Under "Show your work", or in this tread.
Well any how, here is a directly link to the sea otter: Mr Otto the sea otter
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