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Keith Pratt
Recording Variable Frame Rates from Sony F3 Externally
on May 29, 2011 at 6:26:39 pm

Anyone have any info or educated guesses as to the ability to record F3 off-speed/variable frame rates externally? Sony's flash-based SR-R1 recorder touts the feature, but I'm wondering if it'll work with, say, the Gemini. Can you record off-speed via HD-SDI with the F35? (How? Does it send a flagged 60p signal?) What about recording variable frame rates with the EX3 and the various external recorders on the market?


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Douglas Villalba
Re: Recording Variable Frame Rates from Sony F3 Externally
on Aug 20, 2011 at 6:53:47 pm

Only a guess. The S&Q section of the instructions hints that is possible. When it says that with Slog it reduces the selection for speed changes. Unless it is still talking about the off speed signal from Slog to SxS card.

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Jason Shifflett
Re: Recording Variable Frame Rates from Sony F3 Externally
on Aug 22, 2011 at 6:33:03 pm

I was wondering the same thing. i have a new F3 with a Ki Pro and I was going to try a different work around. You can set the camera up to record Interval. If the Ki Pro is set up to "Rec" when the camera does it shoud create a "Clip" for each frame it records. In post you could put them all together to get a timelapse. Does not help with over/under cranking, but could get a nice 4:2:2 timelpase shot. Again, have yet to try myself.

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