Re: Overcranking by Noah Kadner on Dec 17, 2004 at 6:09:00 pm
That's correct- 60 is as high as it goes. But it gives you a lot to work with in post. With a good slowmo plugin like Twixtor you can easily double or triple that slow-mo factor and still retain the in-camera look.
Re: Overcranking by Leo Ticheli on Dec 17, 2004 at 6:26:30 pm
OK, Chris, but first a warning! Do not do this if you don't feel completely comfortable working with the menus! If you touch anything else, your camera may be making a trip to Japan!
- Go into the Cam Service Menu by holding down the Shift and +
buttons (in the timecode section) and pressing the Menu button on
the side of the camera. You should be in the Film Main Menu. Then
use the front jog wheel to cycle through the Main menus and past
Main Menu 4 you will get to Cam Service Menu.
- Go to the Service Option sub-menu and change "EXT. FRAMERATE" to
Of course there are other secret menus, but I'd have to kill you if I told you!