i wanted to ask some experienced shooters about image quality.
I'm using canon 60d, usually shooting at 720p 60fps 125 shutter speed cuz I like to have that little slow motion availability,
but I'm not satisfied with my image quality and I'm not sure what is cousing it to look somehow... over sharpened ?
Just the opposite to what you'd call ''nice and creamy''...
I'm not sure if it's purely due to the resolution (720p isn't that great after all) or to some other factor ...
maybe some kind of bit rate, that I could manipulate on my camera.
Take a look at this video test:
I'm not always unsatisfied with the recordings,
it depends maybe on the amount of detail and contrast of the footage.
Bokeh makes things smoother, but for example, water, or things that just have more detail to it look bad...
at 1080p it's obviously better, but is it really just resolution? somehow it seems to me like it's some kind of pixel filtering,
or like I said before, something to do with bit rate.
This was a small video so I rendered it with the biggest bit rate, like you see on the screenshots below.
Any advice on rendering will be appreciated as well. Usually i try to keep the bit rates as low as I can not to lose much of the quality,
so I don't end up with a totally overweight file.
Thank you guys!