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    Short sports doc shot 80% on hpx250 first shoot since getting rid of canon 7d
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    Short sports doc shot 80% on hpx250 first shoot since getting rid of canon 7d


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    Nice camera work and editing. Some really great imagery out of you HPX250. Any issues with auto-focus? Man, that is some serious flying.
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    Mark

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    Nice work, very clean pictures. have you been bothered with some bad rolling shutter effect on the heli prop ?

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    no....as long as you stay under 250 shutter speed its fine...over that they stop or bend.... i rarely use the auto focus... but the OIS sometimes causes problems so i been keeping it off as much as I can.


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    Strange Vibrations...
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    Nice work! I have an HPX250 too and really enjoy it's abilities. I noticed that at :47 sec the embroidered logo on the dudes shirt vibrates in a strange way. I saw something similar on the edge of a glass ashtray I was throwing keys into for a slow mo test. At the time which was 2 a.m., I assumed that it was the compact florescent light that I used. I was just trying to learn how to get the camera to shoot slow mo. Later, I shot all day slow mo 720 without any weird vibrations. Is that vibration on your original footage?
    Thanks for posting!


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    Very nice video. The autofocus system seems to be doing a good job of tracking the small, fast-moving helicopters.


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    Were you shooting at 250 for most of the action stuff?


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