blickblocks wrote:Since a huge amount of that added bandwidth goes into encoding motion, shooting some pastoral on a tripod is not going to yield a ton of obvious improvements.
I shoot people moving on stages with huge changes in composition and lighting, and there is a noticeable improvement when shooting at 54mbps. I've had footage at the standard 24mbps absolutely destroyed by strobing lights before, and I'm not talking about banding but actual motion artifacts.
As you said, the higher bitrate shows the actual sensor noise more clearly. This is good because we can run more sophisticated noise reduction filters as needed in post. More data is better data! Get a good monitor where you can keep an eye on your exposure (with hard numbers via waveform or histogram not just visually) as well as focus. If you're shooting performances you can't always retake a shot anyways.
Pe11e wrote:I'm not tempted to try and test 64mbps patch on my D3100...
Simeon wrote:Pe11e wrote:I'm not tempted to try and test 64mbps patch on my D3100...
That's an odd thing to say. What do you mean by that statement? all you have said is "I have things I've not said, that lead me to believe not doing something that only impacts me is the best cause of action".
Fried Crispy wrote:How are you guys going about onsite playback if the camera no longer displays it in the 3" LED?
Fried Crispy wrote:I was trying to resist that because my SD cards seem to do better if they are not moved and introduced to other machines. Thank you for mentioning your work around. How do you feel about the new 54 Mbps video?
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