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Old December 15th, 2008, 10:50 AM   #1
Some 5D2 Grabs and a clip from a shoot last night
Barlow Elton Barlow Elton is offline December 15th, 2008, 10:50 AM

Park City, UT. 13 degrees outside. :)

I used two LED lights and a Nikon 85mm lens (via Nikon/EOS adapter)

The camera has plenty of issues when it comes to video, but wow, the quality that can be achieved is amazing.

Check the attached grabs from video. :)

Here's a very short clip: http://homepage.mac.com/mrbarlowelton

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Old December 15th, 2008, 12:44 PM   #2
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Nice

Hey Barlow, Great to see this.
I just picked one of these babies up today myself...Can't wait to get home and play.
Nice work
I hope you are well
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Thanks John, have fun--it's a cool camera...but in a sort of 'Crazy Uncle Ted' way.

Never 100% predictable even with a manual Nikon lens...but very interesting nonetheless.
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Those grabs look great. I've been looking back at 35mm adapter footage from Canon and EX1. Funny how much less impressive that look is now.

Looks like Tungsten would give a better white balance for the background.
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B is that your girl? Stunning
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Nahh, just someone I know. She is fairly easy on the eyes. :)
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I've been looking back at 35mm adapter footage from Canon and EX1. Funny how much less impressive that look is now.
Indeed. It's definitely another realm of image quality--too bad the image control in video mode is almost insultingly limited. Still, this is Canon's first pro-ish DSLR with 1080p video, so I'm not going to complain too loudly.

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Looks like Tungsten would give a better white balance for the background.
Maybe so, but I think it still looks decent.
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I used two LED lights and a Nikon 85mm lens (via Nikon/EOS adapter)
Looks great! Which lights are you using?
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A Flolight LED500 and a small Sony LED camera light.
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Old December 16th, 2008, 12:06 PM   #10
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Chris or any mod--can you edit my post not to include the clip link? I've taken it down.

btw, why can't we have unlimited time to edit our posts?
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