Im not sure if this is the place for this question, seeing as how all the questions i see are video related, but ill ask anyway.
what makes a film camera good? why do the arri's cost 10's of thousands of dollars when i can get a bell and howell for a few hundred. obviously the settings on the camera have to be precise and the lens has to be up to par. isnt film stock...film, if you get the high quailtiy stuff?
so I have some experience in video making but I want to get into it more buy purchasing a camcorder,
so what I am looking for is a relitivley cheap camer $300-500ish that has a high quality picture (or HD)and can capture images that are going really fast (say 300fps or a paintball) well you get what i mean that it can capture fast moving objects and not blur. so basicly
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Hi, I intend to shoot an instructional video staring myself and an associate. I will edit the footage myself, and create the final product. The video will be shot indoors and outdoors and focus on do-it-yourself home improvment issues. Consumers will purchase the video and either download it online or recieve a dvd in the mail. I don't want to rent, so I will buy a camera and a mic. My budget for the camera is about $700.
I'm in the process of setting up a studio to shoot short videos of our products. I need to buy everything: Camera, Lighting and backdrop etc. I'm looking for advise on what camera to buy, what lighting I will need and what backdrop might be the best option.
The videos will be exactly like the one in this link: http://www.silverdock-webvideos.com/demo_Video_Presentations.html
Any advise would be appreciated!
Hi there! My company is looking to set up a video studio. Nothing crazy but to use a storage room to film incoming executives for training videos-talking heads mainly. What type of equipment would we need? Around how much would it cost? And does anyone have recommendations for products? I loved to know EVERYTHING we might need--from makeup brushes to lighting. Also, we would like it if we could take the camera and lighting out to conventions.
I am a college student who will be graduating in a year. And I want to jump into the indie film world. So of course I will be needing a new camera, and was wondering if the fine people here in the community could help me.
I want a camera that has all the manual features.
Probably a $2,000 limit. The camera has to give me good, clean quality image that I can use for film festival work.
Hello everyone. As stated in the title, I am a complete beginner to all of this, so I would really appreciate any and all advice. I'm planning a documentary-style production as part of a little project I'm working on, but I need some serious help deciding what exactly I need. I've been looking at some camcorders and researching as best I possibly can, and I already have a decent PC that I hope will be able to handle the editing side, so let me run those by you first.