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    Canon 5D mark III, lot of test videos

    Hi,

    I had a weekend to test the 5DmarkIII, I shot some test videos.
    Read my quick review here: http://carousel.hu/c300/?page_id=395 (I also wrote some rumor debunking about the codec, and the sharpness thing, and posted some screenshots to prove it)
    And feel free, to download the videos from vimeo.







    Thanks for watching
    Canon 1DC review, and footage: http://carousel.hu/1Dc

    #2
    Loved the aquarium footage!!!

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      #3
      Originally posted by Bradbro View Post
      Loved the aquarium footage!!!
      thanks! most of the aquarium glasses were curved, so you might see some strange distortion at the edge of the frames.
      Canon 1DC review, and footage: http://carousel.hu/1Dc

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        #4
        Did you add any sharpness on post?
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          #5
          Originally posted by Emanuel View Post
          Did you add any sharpness on post?
          no, I never did that to any of my footage in the past three years.
          Canon 1DC review, and footage: http://carousel.hu/1Dc

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            #6
            Nice, thanks for sharing.

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              #7
              Might check out what jdv and Philip Bloom have to say on the matter. It's looking as though sharpening in post is pretty much mandatory with this camera. Having said that I don't have one yet, and given my finances it might be a while yet

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                #8
                I believe Philip Bloom is saying that sharpening in post is possible with the 5d3, where as with the 5d2 it was not. Otherwise, sharpness should be comparable between both, so if you were satisfied with the 5d2, you should be fine either way.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by daveswan View Post
                  Might check out what jdv and Philip Bloom have to say on the matter. It's looking as though sharpening in post is pretty much mandatory with this camera. Having said that I don't have one yet, and given my finances it might be a while yet
                  none of my clients ever said, that the footage coming out from the 5D is not enough sharp. You need a good lens, and a focus puller more, then post sharpening
                  Canon 1DC review, and footage: http://carousel.hu/1Dc

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                    #10
                    Huski, very nice and informative videos! May I ask about the soundtrack for the aquarium footage?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by mrmarks View Post
                      Huski, very nice and informative videos! May I ask about the soundtrack for the aquarium footage?
                      it's written under the video on the vimeo page
                      Canon 1DC review, and footage: http://carousel.hu/1Dc

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Roman707 View Post
                        I believe Philip Bloom is saying that sharpening in post is possible with the 5d3, where as with the 5d2 it was not. Otherwise, sharpness should be comparable between both, so if you were satisfied with the 5d2, you should be fine either way.
                        exactly. Check the comparisons:
                        http://carousel.hu/c300/wp-content/u...omparison2.png
                        http://carousel.hu/c300/wp-content/u...comparison.png
                        Canon 1DC review, and footage: http://carousel.hu/1Dc

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                          #13
                          Hi Huski, was there any sharpening done in-camera or in post in these? Thanks

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by mrmarks View Post
                            Hi Huski, was there any sharpening done in-camera or in post in these? Thanks
                            absolutely no sharpening. I've never had to sharpen 5D footage, so I don't really understand these "too soft, not so sharp" threads..
                            Use sharp lenses
                            Canon 1DC review, and footage: http://carousel.hu/1Dc

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