Rolling shutter, part2@ identical panning speed: Canon 7D vs Canon 5D mark II

Rolling shutter, part2@ identical panning speed: Canon 7D vs Canon 5D mark II

Rolling shutter @ identical panning speed: Canon 7D vs Canon 5D mark II from Mike Kobal on Vimeo.

This test is a bit more

8 thoughts on “Rolling shutter, part2@ identical panning speed: Canon 7D vs Canon 5D mark II

  1. Nils

    Hey Mike,

    I left a message on youtube as well. I shoot with the 5D Mark II and the 7D and love seeing others comparing them. I was pissed when the 7D came out considering the upgrades it had compared to my 5D Mark II, but felt better after making this video. Would LOVE your feedback! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGFG9UapCFU

    Having both cameras makes for a great camera bag!!

    Nils
    Washington DC

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  3. scott

    I’ve used both, and the 7D definitely has a tiny bit less rolling shutter. It also seems to have a tiny bit more noise, but the reason I got it is because it shoots video in real 23.98fps(24p) and 29.97fps(30p)! The (30p) on the 5D is exactly 30fps, not 29.97fps. That’s a massive headache when dealing with mixed footage and/or non sync’d sound.

    just my opinion. =)
    Scott

  4. camila

    question :
    What do you mean with mount of rolling shutter in 7D ? I watch the video an I think pan looks much better in 5D .. anyway I think both cameras work grate ! Im planing to bye 7d , I took photos , love to but to film what are the recomendations.
    thanks
    cam

  5. Alain

    I think the reason why the 7D performs better is because of its smaller sensor: it takes less time to scan it from top to bottom.

  6. mike huber

    hello mike kobal,

    i tested the 7D few days ago in a train through austria.
    i got best results by rotating the camera 90 degrees –
    for most jobs a fine 1080 resolution will do it and there
    was no problem with the rolling shutter. i played with settings
    from 1/30 to 1/4000 and all worked fine.

    best regards

    mike huber, vienna, austria

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