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whats the technical name of this 'effect'/issue? The horizontal lines are likely caused by an effect called Rolling Shutter why is it more pronounced in slow motion (does interlacing effect this)? I would have expected interlacing to reduce the visibility of the effect iff it was done on a line of pixels at a time. However, if bands of pixels are ...


Yes, that should work. Be sure you adjust your interface for the lowest latency without audio dropouts. You will need to measure and compensate for the latency in your audio interface. Once you know the latency value, you can easily adjust the A/V sync in the video editor. Good luck!


You should consider other options than Nikon/Canon. Even if they have proven DSLR can do really good video, thanks to 5D Mark II/III and Magic Lantern, they do not compete well against Panasonic and Sony. If you compare 5D Mark III against a Sony A7S, you're going to have a much better video quality on A7S, thanks to its far superior sensor. Much higher ...


No, the D750 is not a good alternative for an avid videographer, at least not if you want the advantages Magic Lantern offers. ML isn't available for Nikon. The reason has nothing to do with the technical advantages of either platform, you can get models of camera that are fairly close in that regard. The problem is that Nikon does not have anything ...


You need to turn the "wheel" located between the ISO button and the shutter release. There is an icon on the screen that looks like a rising sun.


There's a couple ways I know of to do this that might work depending on what you need. The first way would be to use an HDMI capture card like the Blackmagic Intensity. The second way would be to use the Canon EOS utility over USB.

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