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 Red Timelapse w/ Nikon Lenses 
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Post Red Timelapse w/ Nikon Lenses
So I shot this stuff last week on my Red camera and it turned out really good. The first couple shots aren't timelapse but they do fit in with the rest of the clip. All the slow-mo stuff was shot at 120fps at 2K and all the other stuff is 4K 2:1. That 2:1 ratio is really cool and I could maybe see it turning into a liked exhibition format. Anyway, here are the links.

http://599productions.com/599/Media/Nikon_TL1280.mov 1280x640 84MB
http://599productions.com/599/Media/Nikon_TL1920.mov 1920x1080 145MB

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Sat May 03, 2008 12:26 pm
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Post Re: Red Timelapse w/ Nikon Lenses
:shock: :shock: wow. that's quality! :shock: :shock:

Thanks so much for joining the conversation and sharing! My biggest question is about shooting into the sun :geek:?? I'd be so hesitant to point that cam at the sun that high in the sky! I'm impressed. So there is no risk on sensor burn? It must have some sort of physical 'shutter'?

Excellent eye and catches. Hats off! :mrgreen:


Sat May 03, 2008 4:33 pm
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Post Re: Red Timelapse w/ Nikon Lenses
Welcome, Drew.

For anyone who doesn't know him, Drew is sort of the "king of LA timelapse," I guess you could say. His stuff is inspiring to me. Check out these shots from Drew:

http://599productions.com/599/Timelapse_480p_2.html


Sat May 03, 2008 6:12 pm
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Post Re: Red Timelapse w/ Nikon Lenses
The Red camera doesn't have a physical shutter. But I'm pretty sure that there isn't really any danger to the sensor from pointing it the sun like I did in those clips. If it was high noon and I was shooting the sun with a 300mm or more lens...then yeah I might be a little concerned about sensor burn. But I think that's what the sensor protect does in the camera. That's why the sun looks black/purple in some of the shots.

Thanks for the kind words Tom.

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Sat May 03, 2008 11:19 pm
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Drew599 wrote:
I think that's what the sensor protect does in the camera.


So it must dynamically clip the photo-sites?!? That's cool 8-)

I've painted two cmos sensors (luckily not A-team cameras) with pretty purple lines: the clip - the result:
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Sun May 04, 2008 5:55 am
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Post Re: Red Timelapse w/ Nikon Lenses
Holy Monkey, I had read about that but I have done lots of sun TL's but never had a problem.

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Sun May 04, 2008 5:03 pm
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Beautiful!

Best of luck for your future work.

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Param


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