Here is a test of my Canon Rebel T3i’s video capabilities. The editing/filtering was done in an older version of Final Cut Express. The audio was created in Logic Express.
I’m not sure if the camera or the editing software is to blame for the dropped frames. Also, the image quality is less than I had hoped for (jpg noise and halos). I’m thinking/hoping there’s a codec issue between the T3i’s file format and the version of Final Cut Express I’m using.
I’m a big fan of those seizure-inducing animated gifs that can give the illusion of 3D. Here’s one I made of my living room. Certain elements in this image only became visible once I added them in through Photoshop.
Here’s some test video I shot on my iPhone 4S. Editing and filtering was through Final Cut Express. The audio was constructed through Logic Express.
I think the iPhone’s image stabilization is it’s biggest fault. It’s perfect for when you’re trying to keep the camera stationary, but any panning at all makes for jerky footage. I bet there will soon be an OS update that allows for turning off the stabilization “feature”.