High speed footage

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    Patrick
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    Hey guys!

     

    i got an Casio ex zr1600 so my question, how did Matt or ted get so good quality on high speed mode?

    if I do only at 240fps the footage was still blurry..

    any tipps out there?

     

    thanks Patrick 

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    deke
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    I think the optimum frame rate depends on your particular camera, and much of the magic happens in post production with good editing software. 

    https://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/high-frame-rate-video-tips/

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    Patrick
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    Ok thanks for your input.

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    Jorgo
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    If your camera use an sd memory card  can be the source of error here.

    For such huge amount of data in short time you need the highest quality sd card that you can buy.

    When i bought an sd card for my gopro the seller gave me this info.

    I payd for an 32 gb sd roundabout 50 euros

    Check this out maybe it can help you

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    Patrick
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    Jorgo

    If your camera use an sd memory card  can be the source of error here.

    For such huge amount of data in short time you need the highest quality sd card that you can buy.

    When i bought an sd card for my gopro the seller gave me this info.

    I payd for an 32 gb sd roundabout 50 euros

    Check this out maybe it can help you

    Ok thanks alot! That’s another good point that I can change!

     

    cheers patrick

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    starlingassn
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    i use class 10 sd cards and get pretty good high-speed scopecam footage. 

     

    the scope can also make a huge difference.

     

    another tip, set your camera to its macro focus,and focus the reticle for the camera,

    then use your parallax to make your target clear.

    it helps the camera stop trying to focus on 2 different planes at the same time.

     

    ive had some scopes that look incredible to your eyes when looking through them,

    but the camera hates them.

     

    heres one of mine.

     

     

     

     

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    Patrick
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    starlingassn

    i use class 10 sd cards and get pretty good high-speed scopecam footage. 

     

    the scope can also make a huge difference.

     

    another tip, set your camera to its macro focus,and focus the reticle for the camera,

    then use your parallax to make your target clear.

    it helps the camera stop trying to focus on 2 different planes at the same time.

     

    ive had some scopes that look incredible to your eyes when looking through them,

    but the camera hates them.

     

    heres one of mine.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Woow thanks for your input!

    ill try it the next time iam shooting with the cam!

    badass shooting by the way!

    congrats you have an new subscriber! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜‰

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    starlingassn
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    youre welcome βœŒοΈ

    and cool,thanks much β˜ΊοΈ

     

    ive been slacking on making vids lately,but i have a few new ones im going to upload soon. 

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    Patrick
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    starlingassn

    youre welcome βœŒ

    and cool,thanks much β˜Ί

     

    ive been slacking on making vids lately,but i have a few new ones im going to upload soon. 

    No prob my friend! πŸ˜‰

    just do it, Show the Nation what you’ve got, iam also new with my channel. So I try to show good content.πŸ˜‰

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