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Vladimir Philogene
Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 12, 2010 at 7:31:11 pm

Hi, I just bought the sony ex1-R. I did everything I could to use the slow motion option but I still can't use it. It's say "Cannot Proceed"...

1- I verifyed if my SxS card was inserted and if he was enable to record normal footage with the camera.

2- My camera is set to 1080 at 30p
3- I put the slow motion at: 1080 30p and frame Rate at 30.


What else should I do or where did I do wrong?...


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Brian Moore
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 12, 2010 at 9:16:52 pm

you cant shoot slow motion at 1080, it has to be at 720.

so when you so into S&Q Motion, set it to 1280/60p

that will give you your desired results


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cowcowcow
Craig Seeman
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 12, 2010 at 9:46:42 pm

For example:
720p24/60
720p30/60

The range in 720 is from 1 to 60 frames.

In 1080 the range of Quick and Slow motion is from 1 to 30 frames.
So you could slightly slow things down as
1080p24/30
but that's it.



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Vladimir Philogene
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 13, 2010 at 4:32:45 am

Well I tried everything again, and no results....
I don't understand...


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Rafael Amador
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 13, 2010 at 11:05:23 am

Set the camera at 720p24 or 720p30, depending of the final time-base you want.
Then go to "S&Q Motion", set it ON and select "Frame Rate: 60".
You will record 60 fps, but the resulting file will play at 24 or 30 fps.
Rafael

http://www.nagavideo.com


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Scot Lenter
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 14, 2010 at 9:30:39 pm

Vladimir,
It is possible that you have one of the new cheaper SxS cards that does not support overcranking.
Can you post a picture of the card?

Scot Lenter
Midtown Video
Miami, Florida
Rental Manager
Service Manager
http://www.midtownvideo.com
scot@midtownvideo.com
305-669-1117


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Craig Seeman
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 14, 2010 at 9:36:16 pm

ALL SXS cards support overcranking.
There are only two kinds SXS and SXS-1 and they BOTH support full overcranking. The only difference is the longevity of the media.

With latest firmware upgrade, the better SDHC cards support overcranking as well. Such as Sandisk Extreme Class 10.



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Scot Lenter
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 14, 2010 at 9:40:27 pm

Craig,
I have successfully over-cranked with SxS-1 but according to my Sony reps they do not support it.
In fact, I have never had it fail, so I politely disagreed with them during our training. They maintained that this was the case..

Scot Lenter
Midtown Video
Miami, Florida
Rental Manager
Service Manager
http://www.midtownvideo.com
scot@midtownvideo.com
305-669-1117


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Scot Lenter
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 14, 2010 at 9:45:10 pm

Eh..
You are probably right because I dont see anything on the Sony website with that limitation.
Maybe my rep was misinformed and I actually won that argument..

Scot Lenter
Midtown Video
Miami, Florida
Rental Manager
Service Manager
http://www.midtownvideo.com
scot@midtownvideo.com
305-669-1117


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Craig Seeman
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 14, 2010 at 9:45:19 pm

I've heard otherwise from Sony on that. SxS-1 should maintain the same data rate.

http://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/product-SBS32G1/

Sony “SxS-1” was developed to meet demands for an affordable solution to SxS PRO memory cards. The SxS-1 memory card maintains the same shooting capability as SxS PRO as well as high performance and reliability for professional use. The only differentiation between the SxS-1 and SxS Pro Memory card is the reduced number of read/write cycles.

I've been told that includes full overcrank support. Only the life cycle is shorter as I've been told and the above implies.



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Craig Seeman
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 14, 2010 at 9:48:18 pm

Sony will say it's not supported on the following
http://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/micro-xdcamexsite/cat-accessories/product-MEAD...
and
http://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/micro-xdcamexsite/cat-accessories/product-MEAD...
although with most recent firmware it does work but it very much depends on the quality of the flash card used.



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Vladimir Philogene
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 15, 2010 at 8:42:38 am

No, i have the sony SxS card 16gig.
I dont understand, it's really suck big time... I've tryed everything since 1 week... thanx for answer, i will keep trying until something good happen on this slow motion


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Scot Lenter
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 15, 2010 at 1:09:55 pm

Craig, you are right, bro. We were misinformed.

Scot Lenter
Midtown Video
Miami, Florida
Rental Manager
Service Manager
http://www.midtownvideo.com
scot@midtownvideo.com
305-669-1117


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Vladimir Philogene
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 17, 2010 at 7:54:38 pm

Finally!!!!
I've found the problem, it was not easy.

You have to disable the "i.Link I/O" in the menu to have the Slow motion rec and all type of rec enable.


http://www.seulement-ecouter.com


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Adrian John
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 9, 2011 at 10:48:35 am

Thankyou, I never would have found that to be the problem!!
Back in business with S&Q!!


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Ian Dunsmore
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jun 17, 2011 at 6:40:35 pm

Thanks for this!
I had the same problem and never would have thought to disable the "i.link I/O". Saved me lots of frustration.

Ian Dunsmore
Producer, Videographer and Editor
http://www.outdunproductions.com


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Stephen Moore
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Jul 22, 2011 at 6:03:26 am

Hey thanks for the remedy to this one! Yes I have the same camera, had the same problem....but no more thanks to you. I think the whole point is that no-one would ever think of it!!! And perhaps that includes the Sony "darlings" who put the handbook together!!!
Thanks again...think out of the box....brilliant!


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Tim Hore
Re: Sony EX1-R slow motion
on Oct 6, 2011 at 3:00:08 pm

I have an EX3 and are esperiencing the same problem. I have selected progressive scan and made sure teh I.LINK I/O is disabled and yet the S&Q option is grayed out. Any clues

Many thanks
Tim

Tympani Productions


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