Specials and Promotions

The long awaited Canon 5D mkIII…is it what we were hoping for?

by Philip Bloom We have been waiting for this for some time. Rumours of release dates came and went for well over a year. Well, today it was officially unveiled. There are many questions I have about it and I have yet to see any footage PROPERLY (i.e. not compressed)…but here is the official press Read More

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By Videoguys, March 2, 2012

Specials and Promotions

Ladies and Gentlemen, the 5D Mark III

HDSLR Shooter on PVC by  Clint Milby So the day we’ve all been waiting for has come.  For over two years, we’ve been scouring the net in search of fuzzy, shadowy images that might lend some proof that Canon actually had the Mark III in the works.  Like Bigfoot, Elvis and UFOs, sightings were everywhere, Read More

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By Videoguys,

Video Editing

A Special Offer from 5D Leaks for our customers!

Every editor worth his salt has a good set of light leaks.  It’s an effect that creates dynamic transitions, energy and motion.  I decided to create 5DLeaks because quite frankly I needed a quality set of my own.  Also, I wasn’t too excited forking out $100 for similar sets available online. At $19.99, I wanted Read More

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By Videoguys, January 13, 2012

Specials and Promotions

Planet 5D: Using Canon HDSLRs for Video

Planet5D Using Canon HDSLRs for Video Welcome to our Video primer – or the “how to shoot video on Canon HDSLR guide”. Using the HDSLR as a video camera is easy, but mastering it is a bit harder. It isn’t exactly the same as using the simple Canon Camcorder you’ve been using to capture the Read More

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By Videoguys, November 23, 2010

Video Editing

Easy Canon 5D post – Round III

digitalfilms by Oliver Peters The interest in HDSLR production and post shows no sign of waning. Although some of this information will seem redundant with earlier articles, I decided it was a good time to set down a working recipe of how I like to deal with these files. To some extend this is a Read More

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By Videoguys, October 15, 2010

Video Editing

Convert your 5D footage: 5DtoRGB vs. MPEG Streamclip vs. Canon Eos E-1 vs. Red Giant Grinder

T.Schrenk Images Blog Recently I was reading a blog post from director Robin Schmidt over at ww.elskid.com which got me curious. He was doing a comparison between MPEG Streamclip and rarevisions 5DtoRGB. I was using MPEG Streamclip for myself to convert my 5D footage. From the beginning I was always aware of the obvious gamma Read More

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By Videoguys, September 14, 2010

Camera and Accessories, Specials and Promotions

WOOHOO!! EOS 5D Mark II Firmware Update Version 2.0.3

Firmware Version 2.0.3 incorporates five enhancements to the movie function and a fix to the manual sensor cleaning function of the EOS 5D Mark II camera. Adds or changes the following movie frame rates.NTSC: 1920×1080 : 30 fps (changed – actual 29.97 fps) 1920×1080 : 24 fps (added – actual 23.976 fps) 640×480 : 30 Read More

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By Videoguys, March 16, 2010

Video Editing

Canon 5D Mark II 24p firmwire upgrade video

Studio Daily Blog by Scott Simmons It took a lot of commenting and complaining from the many folks who bought a Canon 5D Mark II but unless you live under a rock (or just don’t really care) then you’ve heard that Canon is releasing an updated firmware for the 5D Mark II that will allow for Read More

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By Videoguys, March 15, 2010

Video Editing

In the Field: Producing SDEs with the Canon 5D and 7D

EventDV by Elizabeth Avery Merfeld   If Gebbs Wedding Films’ Michael Gebben didn’t have a strict personal policy against selling clients on technology, you can bet he’d be bragging about the two most significant additions to his arsenal he’s made recently: Canon’s 5D Mark II and EOS 7D DSLRs. For Gebben, a rising industry star Read More

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By Videoguys, March 8, 2010

Camera and Accessories, Video Editing

Easy Canon 5D post – Round II

digitalfilms by Oliver Peters RED’s Scarlet appears to be just around the corner and both Sony and Panasonic seem to be responding to the challenge of the upstart photo manufacturers. No matter what acronym you use – DSMC, HD-DSLR, HDSLR – these hybrid HD video / still photo cameras have grabbed everyone’s attention. 2010 may Read More

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By Videoguys, March 1, 2010

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