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dankeny

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dankeny Silver Member Nikonian since 29th May 2006
Thu 21-Oct-10 10:29 PM


http://vimeo.com/16061141

No claims to art. Shot with 70-200 VR I.

David

intrepidnz

NZ
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intrepidnz Registered since 18th Nov 2004
Thu 21-Oct-10 10:47 PM

Looks okay to me!! Thanks for that!

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NDGraham

Dorval (Montreal), CA
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NDGraham Gold Member Nikonian since 12th Jan 2007
Fri 22-Oct-10 12:48 AM

Boy, that's good resolution. The constant autofocus works well. That 70-200 VRI is a really wonderful lens. I know because I own one, too. Got to get me one of them D7000s!
Thank you for sharing this clip.
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wwt67

Warsaw, US
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wwt67 Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2010
Fri 22-Oct-10 12:57 AM

Nice backyard! The video looks good to. I haven't jumped into the video side with mine yet.

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dhmiller

US
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dhmiller Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 19th May 2009
Fri 22-Oct-10 03:22 PM

That noise floor in the audio signal is really high... Anything that might explain why it is so loud, or just the basic sound of the camera..
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dankeny

Roland, US
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dankeny Silver Member Nikonian since 29th May 2006
Fri 22-Oct-10 04:47 PM

How embarrassing. I only played on my pod so I didn't listen. Noise yes, that would be the pool pump, beside which I was standing. ... So you guys hear me talking to air pets?

David

dhmiller

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dhmiller Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 19th May 2009
Fri 22-Oct-10 05:16 PM

We heard it all
But extremely glad that the sound was ambient, not camera noise!
Phew!!
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Robman3

West of Santa Monica, US
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Robman3 Registered since 12th Apr 2010
Fri 22-Oct-10 08:57 PM

Thanks for the edit, very positive rendering.

The contrast changed as you panned left near the end, is that similar to the D3S's contrast foucs (quasi-auto) and works in tandem with the actual chipset AF, does anyone know?

Thanks,

Rob.

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richardd300

Dyserth, UK
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richardd300 Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Apr 2009
Sat 23-Oct-10 11:52 AM

Excellent David, I really enjoyed seeing. Never thought I'd say this after owning a D90 for 2 years and never, no not once, took a video with it. Very sharp and good rendering. I may have to reconsider on board Video.

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csgaraglino

Colorado Springs, US
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csgaraglino Silver Member Charter Member
Sat 23-Oct-10 01:43 PM

David, what did you use the render the video before sending it to Vimeo

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kentak

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kentak Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Jul 2010
Sun 24-Oct-10 03:21 AM

Thank you, Dr. Dolittle.


Impressive video quality.

TMort

US
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TMort Registered since 04th Jul 2010
Sun 24-Oct-10 03:29 AM

You should title it "Scaredy Deer"! Ha haa I like it nice video! =)

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dankeny

Roland, US
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dankeny Silver Member Nikonian since 29th May 2006
Sun 24-Oct-10 05:43 AM

ROOTC. Straight to Vimeo. I don't know if they do any processing of the raw video. It looks pretty much the same. There's a 2 minute clip of the girls shared on google docs here. It's the raw .mov file. It's big. 350 MB. Nothing spectular but if you want some D7000 raw video to fool with. AFS 70-200 at f2.8, ISO 2000. Dusk.


https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B8gDiRAe-f2BNzExMmE0OWMtMDE4Yi00YTI3LTg4YWQtODhkMWNhMGFjMzk2&hl=en

csgaraglino

Colorado Springs, US
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csgaraglino Silver Member Charter Member
Sun 24-Oct-10 01:16 PM

I'm real interested in playing with some of the footage, but when I click on the link, there is nothing in GD?

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dankeny

Roland, US
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#14. "RE: Short clip here" | In response to Reply # 13

dankeny Silver Member Nikonian since 29th May 2006
Sun 24-Oct-10 08:21 PM | edited Sun 24-Oct-10 08:23 PM by dankeny

Try this link.

https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B8gDiRAe-f2BNzExMmE0OWMtMDE4Yi00YTI3LTg4YWQtODhkMWNhMGFjMzk2&hl=en

Same link, never mind. Sorry, I'm too stupid to link the docs.

David

csgaraglino

Colorado Springs, US
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#15. "RE: Short clip here" | In response to Reply # 14

csgaraglino Silver Member Charter Member
Mon 25-Oct-10 12:13 AM

Worked, downloading now, thanks!

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