Biggest Bargain Big-Sensor Compact Video Camera: The EOS-M at $299 (35mm f2) or $349 (28-88mm f3.5-5.6 IS Zoom) - Page 6 - AVS Forum
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post #151 of 162 Old 10-29-2013, 01:56 PM - Thread Starter
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Pardon the interruption - a video, of butterflies!

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Butterflies in St. Louis, MO; New Haven, CT; Richmond, VA; and Cambridge, MA.

Lenses: Canon EF S 18-135mm IS STM; Canon EF S 55-250mm IS STM; Canon EF M 18-55mm IS STM.
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If you have a craving for big-sensor video (the 18 megapixel APS-C sensor is almost 3X that of the RX100 sensor and bigger than that of the GH3's sensor) and Canon color and shallow dof with full manual video controls - including manual audio - mic-in, interchangeable lenses for the whole Canon line, and pocketable with the pancake 35mm f2 then check out the Canon EOS-M...

Mark, I was looking at EOS M on YouTube and noticed someone reposted some of your videos...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYHDS1CsmyA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXlpn7gX7X8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2aPqR83ICQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYcMvtnE6SI
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On the fourth one with the flower he added a nice piano track!
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Canon announced an EOS M2: http://www.dpreview.com/news/2013/12/03/canon-announces-eos-m2-in-japan

But, "Canon has confirmed that the EOS M2 won't be sold in either the European or North American markets."
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Mark, I was looking at EOS M on YouTube and noticed someone reposted some of your videos...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYHDS1CsmyA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXlpn7gX7X8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2aPqR83ICQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYcMvtnE6SI

He has also uploaded a lot of other of my videos (including the 3D ones). I would not care, except that the max resolution is 360p (!) and they look terrible. Where do I complain?
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He has also uploaded a lot of other of my videos (including the 3D ones). I would not care, except that the max resolution is 360p (!) and they look terrible. Where do I complain?

https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/copyright-complaint.html
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Thanks. A form is provided, and one specific copyright infringement listed is uploading someone else's video without permission. Unfortunately, one has to list the url for every uploaded video by the accused and the corresponding video I uploaded. I don't have time to do that, so I listed one example. I have also sent a message to the person.
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Unfortunately, I think that once we upload our "art" or "work", we have to accept that we have given it away freely. It is not painful if you are do it for the fun of it. But, if you are trying to make a living, it sucks a lot.

There are precautions that aren't perfect. One I like is on YouTube, but not Vimeo. It restricts viewers to those that have been provided the link. The one that's similar on Vimeo says, "Hide this video from Vimeo.com – I want to post this video on the web but don't want it to be available on Vimeo.com. (This will hide your video on Vimeo.com and remove it from public Albums, Channels, and Groups.)"

The YouTube version works well for this forum when a clip has a specific demo purpose, but the videography is not worth showing the world. You can post a clip that demonstrates a grade or color depth without the finishing of the video with titles, etc.

The Vimeo version might work if you are trying to develop a style, brand or reputation within Vimeo and don't want your audience exposed to junk or test clips. I have not been able to determine if the Vimeo version would block Google searching outside Vimeo searching.

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I use the password protected option for Vimeo for private viewings - if you do not have the password you cannot view. That works for family stuff, and also for thread participants (though also less secure).

I would not care if people re-posted my videos even without attribution (since they are not to make money), but since many are to demonstrate the quality of a camera, having them only viewable at 360p is highly misleading. So I want these lousy copies off.
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One way to address that sort of thing is to include a watermark on the video, as well as a copywrite notice at the end. That way no one could repost it as theirs, since it obviously would not be.
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I use the password protected option for Vimeo for private viewings - if you do not have the password you cannot view. That works for family stuff, and also for thread participants (though also less secure).

I would not care if people re-posted my videos even without attribution (since they are not to make money), but since many are to demonstrate the quality of a camera, having them only viewable at 360p is highly misleading. So I want these lousy copies off.
I AM on your side. I'm saying the internet is not the fair place we want it to be. It isn't fair when someone threatens my safe zone on the interstate when they are busy texting either!
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One way to address that sort of thing is to include a watermark on the video, as well as a copywrite notice at the end. That way no one could repost it as theirs, since it obviously would not be.
That may be worse. If you have it watermarked and someone copies it, screws up the grading and posts it somewhere it can look crappy and have your watermark displayed on every frame!
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