Converting Canon 5dMK2 and & 7D Footage to Edit

I came across this great video and thought that it would be nice to share this with all of you.  As a lot of you know, the new Canon digital still camera have this amazing video in them.  There are only a couple of problems with them.  They are limited on the frame rates and they only shoot H.264.  Hope you get something out of this if you need it.

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About Kent Smith

Kent Smith is award winning photographer and award winning director based out of Charlotte, N.C. His career started with sports. Since then he has added diversity to his award winning resume; photographing musicians, dancers, models, celebrities and then onto national advertising. He has shot the likes of Obama and Bono; been from Belize to Bahamas; photographed banks and bulls bust mostly, he has captured that genuine human spirit that is often overlooked by the ordinary. Recently he has made the transition from still photography to film. He completed his first feature film as a creator, co-writer, co-producer, and recently awarded, Best Co-Director on the film.

2 responses to “Converting Canon 5dMK2 and & 7D Footage to Edit”

  1. Jaylin Imram says :

    Thanks for publishing about this. There’s a heap of important tech info on the internet. You’ve got a lot of that info here on your website. I’m impressed – I try to keep a couple blogs pretty ongoing, but it’s a struggle sometimes. You’ve done a great job with this one. How do you do it?

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