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Selling a gently used Panasonic HMC-150

Hours: 203

Lens: Mint

Body: 9/10

Functions: Like New

Package Includes: Original Box, 3 sd cards, 2 batt, charger, carrying case, and a Calumet Lightweight Tripod.


Please call or text 773.860.8951

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Hi! I'm new here and I would like you guys to give me some ideas on how to make The Canon Vixia's 24p (through pulldown) to look even more like film because my videos have that sort of blurriness that you find in film but they don't run as smoothly. The image is great but isn't there a plug-in for Sony Vegas 8.0 Pro to make everything more "dreamy" and soft? Thankz

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Ever since video began to compete with film for the dollars of Indy filmmakers, film afficionados have always argued that video was inferior because it's high framerate 29.97 and lack of selective focus makes it look too 'real'. Well for those who would like to know the real info on 24p here's an explanation of the framerate and how it works in video from Videopia.

The 24p Conspiracy from Videopia on Vimeo.


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