LOD Support Webinars - Shared screen with speaker view
how do you know what kind you have?
Test it or read manual
Is the video limited by the memory card, or the battery?
Its typically the buffer
Would you mind explaining what a buffer is?
So as the image sensor receives the image it has to store it in the buffer or RAM before it sends it to the memory card
Ah, I see. Thank you!
Its important to have fast memory cards for this reason if you are doing video
Fast = fast write speeds
https://ehe.osu.edu/current-students/tech-help/^just wanted to share this resource for camera/mic equipment loans -it's on OSU Main Campus, but you can borrow it for 20-30 days at a time (for filming in the field)You just need to show your Buck ID to borrow :)
Clamp light with a shower cap!
Does it make sense to get lights like this if you are just filming with a phone?
@elliott, or a papertowel clipped on top of it to filter the light.
@jeni - it really depends on where you’ll be shooting and what the lighting situation is.
If you’re filming yourself, for example, you might consider something like a selfie light, which attaches directly to your phone and provides a bright light to illuminate your face.
Great idea, it takes the mystery out of it
Pixels per side
Its the two sides
Just second hobbit
48 frames per secondWith The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug hitting cinemas this Friday, December 13, our attention yet again turns to one of the film's most exciting and divisive aspects: Peter Jackson's decision to film the entire thing at 48 frames per second (fps), rather than the industry standard of 24 fps
@scott ahhh! that explains it!
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