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Bob DixRe: 5D and FCP
by on Jun 24, 2010 at 10:30:02 pm

You may be better shooting at sRAW1 or sRAW2 depending on the level of magnification you need for weddings 24 " x 20 " enlargements may need RAW and then convert.We do not use a card reader and go straight from the 5D mark II to My Pictures, but, as we use sRAW2 for High Definition video production they download from a Sandisk Extreme Pro 48Mbs CF Card in 20 secs ie. about 90 images and full high definiton H264 mov files and that is on a Pentium 4 in a PC.


At any level of recorded pixels the images and video are stunning.

Enjoy the camera.

If you do just DVD's the image quality will suffer, try blu-ray?Ie.,for HD.Ps. You can go SD @ 640 x480 but, what a waste of the camera's potential. The H264 mov files 1920 x 1080 can cause the timeline to come to a hault or move very slowly, we convert to Cineform HD avi and then edit. If you use CS5 premiere Pro I believe you will not have a problem. Use a very fast CF card 48 Mbs or more>

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