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Old December 18th, 2005, 02:37 PM   #1
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Additional m2t's to work with 480p60 and Extreme low light

Finally the planetliquid FTP server is back up and I can start posting linked files again! Anyway, here's more for HD-100 people on the fence to work with.

A 480p60 file that uses macro. You can conform this file to 60p, 30p, 15p, 45p for different slow motion effects in your NLE.
480p60 m2t (124 MB)

And a supremely low light scene. This is from the cutting room floor (because of focus). Nevertheless, it shows off how well the HD-100 works in low light. The gig was lit by only one mood light and was shot at +9db. Night Club m2t (107 MB) BTW: In close proximity you'll have to set the forcus to infinity and use the macro ring to focus. I'm usually on stage with the talent and if you want extreme closup (like down the throat of a saxaphone) you must use the macro ring for focus.

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