Hi guys- we just received our new Canon XF100 here at work, and I took it home last night to pour through the manual, study what everything does, and try and get the camera set up the way I <i>think</i> I want it... but of course none of this decision-making is based on experience! I'm planning on getting the camera out to our department picnic in a couple of weeks, so I can play with it and really learn to use it under no pressure in a practical environment with bright outdoor light, and lots of different shot types.
I'm producing a film for a youth service and they own their own camera and I was just wondering was it any good. Basically I want to use a camera that's at a high standard, professional so I want to know is it usable.
JVC GY-HM100 Solid State Video with Newly designed JVCs original Optical Stabilisation, JVC patented Focus Assist, Colour viewfinder and LCD display, 2 Channel balance audio inputs, mic/line switchable with built-in phantom power supply, HDMI output, USB 2.0 interface.
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How can the new digital cinema cameras help the independent filmmaker or solo videographer enhance their business?
Immersive Media 360 video camera system for sale (Dodeca 2360). The whole system includes:
* Head Unit (with 11 lenses)
* Varizoom Battery charger
* 2 Varizoom Li-On Batteries
* TFT portable color monitor
* Base Unit
* Car Mount
* 2 joysticks
* Walking pole mount
* Back Pack mount
* Emagin goggles with case
* Micro Optical CV-3
* 11 filters for the lenses
* All the original software the came with it.
Is this lens any good for video?
I know its cheap and plastic, but the reviews I've seen is that its good for the price for photography, But how about video?
Has anyone got one? and if so what is your perception of it?
Cheers in advance...
This lens is brand new. we've opened the package just once. it also comes with full accessories.
Designed for use with Nikon digital SLR cameras including the D5000, D90, D300s, and D700
Focal length of 105-300mm on Nikon DX SLR cameras
Vibration Reduction allows in-focus shots with longer exposure times (up to four shutter speeds slower)
contains seven ED (extra-low dispersion) lens elements for high resolution and contrast
Simple task, much more complicated. I've 6-8 cameras and 3-5 screens, I have to connect them and pass the image to screens.
Everything must be going through 1 or 3 computers (mac/pc).
So can someone help me with finding the hardware? I need to buy some switcher which will pass the video from 2-8 cameras to
1 or 3 computers. I just need to write software to manage the passing video, but it must be dynamically and between live video
also need put some adverts.
Thanks for any help.
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just found this video from Ryan Walters. It's a great primer to getting to know your camera. It really gets deep into the difference between slr lens and cinema lenses and why you use a matte box. Check it out.