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Old March 28th, 2010, 04:48 PM   #1
T2i is better than I expected...
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The T2i has considerably less jello-look than I expected.
This is something I shot within 10 seconds of realizing I had to find the camera, turn it on and shoot. All hand-held, before I've had my coffee.
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Old March 29th, 2010, 01:48 PM   #2
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what sd card did you use specs please
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Yeah, I was expecting a lot more jello too - you really have to jack the camera around to get jello.

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Why is the jelly effect not there? Looks nice.

What's the name of the cat? Tyson? Klitchko? :E
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what sd card did you use specs please
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I used an Adata SDHC 16GB Turbo Class6
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Yeah, I was expecting a lot more jello too - you really have to jack the camera around to get jello.

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I think perhaps 24p may have something to do with it.
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Why is the jelly effect not there? Looks nice.

What's the name of the cat? Tyson? Klitchko? :E
That's Finnegan the cat. Him and Jack both look (mentally) beaten up by the rabbit.
(Run away!)http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_-XAcgYvh8P...-02-800-75.jpg
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on wide lenses it's less noticable- I find when you zoom in you start to see it. It's subtle, but there when I move to 50mm and beyond, even at 24p.
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Ha that made me laugh! Little does that cat know but the rabbit has the deadlier bite.
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