Jem Schofield has posted a few greenscreen footage examples at The C47 that were shot with the Canon 5D Mark 2 and Canon 7D. I’ve not personally seen a lot of keyed footage from these VDSLRs, so this is good stuff. Not surprisingly, he recommends turning camera sharpening settings way down for best results. You can watch his video entry below, but if you have any interest at all in the topic you should definitely go read his blog entry for technical details and some full-resolution framegrabs.


3 Responses to “Canon 7D and 5DMKII Greenscreen Examples”  

  1. 1 Bobby2010

    Hello, I wanted to know what settings are you using on the 7d and also what lens? I shot with greenscreen yesterday and my footage came out a bit “digital”, not even grainy, i had my iso on 800, and was shooting at 24 frames, had the shutter on 50. Also the motion was a bit jittery. I want to know why this is happening? Do you have any tips for me?

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