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Oh, the wind in the bushes - that wasn't a zoom. That was a slider shot close-up across my flowering bushes on a windy day.

The bushes filled the frame with branches moving in chaotic directions, I wanted the InertiaCam to smooth the slider

into a constant speed motion, like it does with zooms. But instead it tried to smooth the waving branches.

Subject motion that fills the frame like that can be problematic.

4 hours ago, gt3rs said:

I'm probably bad, but I cant get the same stabilization that EIS is giving me in post with Davinci stabilaizer

Do you mean you don't get good stabilization, or you don't get bad distortion?  I don't know Davinci, someone else here might help you?

 

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6 hours ago, Jay60p said:

 

Do you mean you don't get good stabilization, or you don't get bad distortion?  I don't know Davinci, someone else here might help you?

 

I was not really clear. I meant that I cannot get the same result like EIS by using Davinci various stabilization tools, it is kind of expected as Davinci does not use gyro data (not even sure that canon writes the gyro metadata in the file). 

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