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Joseph Sierchio
Canon 60D Video Noise and jumpy pans Shot in 720
on Jan 6, 2012 at 4:37:35 am

This is video fro my Canon 60d. As you can see there is tons of noise against the brick wall. Also when I pan it's very jumpy. I shot it at ISO 200 with a 60th of a second shutter speed. What am I doing wrong?
Please click on link

http://reels.creativecow.net/film/canon-60d-video-noise-and-jumpy-pans-shot...


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Joseph Sierchio
Re: Canon 60D Video Noise and jumpy pans Shot in 720
on Jan 6, 2012 at 5:07:40 am

The panning is also extremely stuttery in 1080. The link below was shot at 1920X1080 30fps and the iso was 200. The shutter speed was a 60th of a second. Is this the norm for this camera?


http://reels.creativecow.net/film/canon-60d-video-stuttery-pan-shot-in-1080


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John Young
Re: Canon 60D Video Noise and jumpy pans Shot in 720
on Jan 6, 2012 at 2:56:31 pm

The stuff going on with the brick is not noise, it is moire. Do some research on it, because as great as DSLRs are, moire is something you have to learn to avoid.
Moire is something that almost every camera has to some extent, but DSLRs have terrible problems with this. It is due to the line skipping in getting a sensor with a resolution of 5616 x 3744 to output 1920 x 1080 video.

Lots of stuff out there to read up on. Here is a start.
http://www.dvxuser.com/articles/article.php/20

The pan, however, is not an inherit problem with a camera like the 60D. It looks to me more like a processing issue. I would check your NLE settings. It looks to me like 30 fps footage being played at 24fps.

http://www.johnathanyoung.com


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Joseph Sierchio
Re: Canon 60D Video Noise and jumpy pans Shot in 720
on Jan 6, 2012 at 4:59:15 pm

Thanks for the info on the moire issue. As for the panning problems, It plays back like that even if I just play the original clips through Quick Time Player. As for my NLE, I use Final Cut and Avid and it does the same out of both.


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