Yet more 7d footage, this time nice slow motion

This week I have been at WEVA as part of our training and mentoring for digital filmmaking company, F-Stop Academy

We have done seminars on the 5dmkII and on Film Look. I took these portraits of people there on the 7d shooting at 720p 60p and slowing down to 24p in Cinema tools to get great slow motion. Thanks to everyone in the film!

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Here a few photo from the past couple of days with some familiar faces!

Steve Weiss and Jason Magbanua
Steve Weiss and Jason Magbanua
The Dawsons
The Dawsons
Kevin Shahinian and Steve Weiss
Kevin Shahinian and Steve Weiss
Ron, Kevin, Steve and me
Ron, Kevin, Steve and me
Jason Magbanua and Philip Bloom
Jason Magbanua and Philip Bloom

Steve Weiss
Steve Weiss

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Comments

  1. Hi Phil,
    I have just ordered 7D but with Nikkor Manual Lenses. have You done any tests with Manual Lenses like Zeiss or Nikkor??

    regards jiri

  2. Hey Philip,

    Great work! I just stumbled onto your site after I’ve been panning for as much info on the 7D as I can get. I am extremely impressed with your work (both technically and creatively).

    I have a question though regarding the FCP workflow with the 7D. What is the transcode time with the files? Do you recommend the ProRes 422 HQ setting or is that overkill? Any info on that would be hugely appreciated. Thanks again for all of your wonderful work, you’re amazing!

    1. Phil recommends a free program called MPEG streamclip instead of compressor and using either prores 422 or XDCAM I think for smaller files. He explains most of those answers in his 5d workflow videos so I recommend watching them.

  3. Thanks for all you do regarding 7D and 5D info.I cannot wait to buy one of these cameras.When will they equip these cameras with a superior sound system? They would dominate the camcorder market as well If they did this!

  4. pbloom in a suit? When did that happen? :p
    What’s up with, “Mr. Impossible”?? or “Seriously” ?? 😀

    Anyway, Jason… I use FCP 7 and MPEG Streamclip for transcoding. Usually export to Apple ProRes 422 (LT). I think it’s pretty amazing..