Posted on 8/4/2014 8:41:00 PM
A cinematogrpaper friend was filming at a private and upscale wedding last week. His Canon 70-200mm F2.8 lens were stolen.
It was indeed 2 guests that stole the lens. A time-lapse for the reception was setup at 10 second intervals. The entire plan and execution was captured. In the pictures one guy picked it up and sat down on the steps. The other guy walked over. Then one took off his jacket and wrapped the lens with it. They both stood up and left with the lens under one mans arm.
Police report was filed and now the lens are back to the original owner's possession. If it is without the time-lapse evidence, the lens would have been gone forever. Lesson learned!
Comments on "How to Repair DSLR .MOV on Corrupted SD Card"
"Hey team- good info here. I found this site awhile back while looking for a good option to recover some footage. I have a 6D files that is .dat. I was able to run recovery but audio is completely off...."Posted by Erik
on 12/14/2017Read More
|Nov 15||Ditching LP Micro|
|May 3||DVD cover design and DVD label printing (29)|
|Apr 9||Gear Up for Weddings (7)|
|Feb 5||LitePanel LP Micro First Impression|
|Jan 22||Create Softening Effect In Premiere (2)|
|Jan 19||DVD and BluRay Authoring (1)|
|Dec 9||Screen shots comparison of HV20 and GL2|
|Dec 5||BP-2L24H Battery on HV20 Photos (1)|
|Oct 24||Color matching XH-A1 and HV30 (1)|
|Aug 9||Lens Hood for WD-H43 and Raynox 6600 on HV30 (6)|
|Jul 9||Wireless Mics vs Voice Recorders (6)|
|Jul 6||Trayless Removable Harddrive System (2)|
|May 23||Cheap solution to missing LANC (5)|
|May 22||Sample Images with and without WD-H43 Wide Angle Lens|