Lemac staff member Brett Williams takes us through some of the key features of the new Sony HXR-NX30 after field testing it at Mt. Arapiles. For the sake of not making the video a 15 minute discourse on this camera, there were a few features left out that are also worth mentioning: 50 frames per sec @ 1080p, recording to either SDHC cards or internal solid state memory, XLR audio module, 24.1MP stills, in-built camera light, nightshot, zebras, GPS, and it will even help you with your golf swing! Find out more at lemac.com.au/.
The climbing video that the NX30 was used to shoot is now viewable here: vimeo.com/47510832
In this second episode of the Vegas Pro 11 Getting Started series, I'll show you more of the basics and how to get Vegas to set up correctly for the footage that you're using. More features will be shown in the next episode so be sure to stay tuned!
Watch in 1080p with HD enabled.
There is lots of artifacting due to being compressed for vimeo, but this is about as good as we're gunna get.
I shot this footage on the 4th of July this year. In order to get any kind of exposure I bumped the ISO up to 5600 at f2.8. The footage is completely unusable due to the extreme noise and degradation of the image.
Last night I bought Neat Video's amazing HD noise reduction plug-in for Final Cut Pro and tested it out on this footage. It reduced the noise by an incredible amount and made the footage much better! Of course a lot of detail and sharpness is lost, but the image is usable!
Note: this is video is an example of extreme digital noise, if used on clips with banding or small amounts of noise in the blacks due to under-exposure or color correction I'm positive Neat Video's plug-in will make the clips a billion times better! Well worth the $99
Gracias a toda la Familia de artistas de Techy y David y todos los invitados que colaboraron, sin tener mucho detalle de lo que estaban haciendo, para que esta pieza fuera realizada en su totalidad en 11 horas , el mismo dia de la boda.