Where can I buy a 4 channel video mixer, preferably that can do some basic fades and wipes, and possibly overlays. It doesnt need to have high quality inputs. BNC, composite, or S-video inputs are preffered. Thanks!
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The TL-50 is a 30watt 5600k Daylight LED light fixture which includes aninternal, rechargeable lithium polymer, battery pack to supply up to 2 1/2 hours of operating time. Retail price is around $300 US.
Hey everyone I'm new. My name is Roger, and i'm looking for a new camcorder. I'm in a band, and we'd like to shoot our live performances, aswell as shoot little tid bits of ourselves when we go into the studio, etc....I'm looking for a camera with tleast 10X optical zoom, can be used in low light, and can use an external mic, and get a good sound at high spl's.Aswell as transfer data via firewire. What do you all recommend? Thanks - Roger
My brother wants to record his deer hunts with the possibility of producing a DVD that he could sell. He is thinking of buying the GL2. I wonder if he should go ahead and buy something like the Canon XHA so that he could potentially sell hi def dvds....would it be worth the upgrade to spend the $$$ on the XHA? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
I'm doing a school-related science experiment involving how steady a camera is under certain conditons. I need to find a way to measure how steady the camera is though. Is there any kind of software that you put the video into or a something i can attach to the camera. During the experiment the camera will be attached to a a tripod and in a controlled enviorment. I have talked tosomeone in the filming field andshe said that there is a way, but she couldn't remember how. Does anyone have any suggestons?
I'm kind of hard on a camera. Thought I'd make a trubute piece:
I'm in the process of setting up a commercial production studio, and I'm looking for advice from other video producers on my choice for primary camera.
I'm pretty much sold on the Sony PMW-EX3. However, I have to admit I don't know as much about Canon, JVC, or Panasonic's products as I should. The EX line gets so much press, it's hard to know what other comparable cameras I may be missing out on if I go that route. I know what features I want in a camera, but I'm not entirely sure which cameras (besides the EX1/3) will meet my needs.
Im looking to purchase a HVX-200 or similar camera. After researching and calling numerous places, Ive noticed that some have deceptive selling practicessuch as taking the lens off the camera, and charging an arm and a lens for it.
Are authorized dealers the only way to go? I just want to know the good and bad of certain outlets. Since you cant go by online store reviews because they are all fake, Id like to know what you have to say.<!--EndFragment-->
JVC X3 3 chip SVHS camera with 3 60 minute batteries and Tenba Pro camera bag for sale.
All in excellent condition. I don't have a need for SVHS anymore, however if anyone else does,
please contact me. Asking for $850.00 Will accept best offer.
I was granted money at work to build a simpleav studio. About $20,000.Until now I have been producing videos with a consumer level camera, a wireless mic from Radioshack and Pinnacle Studio software. I will be scrapping all 3 in favor or a more professional approach. Any equipment a MUST? I was thinking a mixer of some kind and multiple cameras. We do a lot of talking head shots. Lighting and mics, any suggestions? Camera suggestions? Thanks, I am new to the site but would love to collaborate going forward.