Hey guys... So here's my problem.
Daniel Bruns - April 20th, 2010
I have for sale two Sony cameras. Both were used mainly for Wedding Videography I did as a side gig, and both worked great for every single Wedding I shot. I have always taken great care of them both and kept them both in their own case.
Both cameras are in excellent condition. I've had them for about 5 year now. They work great and still shoot great looking standard deff footage for whatever you choose to use them for. There is no damage to either of the cameras. There are no scratches on the camera lenses or the LCD screens.
I'm new on here, so be gentle :) I'm just getting back into filming after many years, the last time I was on an official course in TV & Film production we were using betamax!
I've recently been tasked with the honour of producing a DVD for a voluntary group I work with and have so far managed to get the following items: A Toshiba K80HE Camcorder (just won on ebay and awaiting) and a copy of Pinnacle Studio 14 HD.
I'm on a really tight budget hence the cheaper model HD camcorder, but as I progress further into this hobby I'd like to look at upgrading as I go.
Hey, I was wondering how you would put a shotgun mic and a lavaliere mic on one camera. I have Canon Vixia HF S10 and plan on using a Audio Technica at897 and I'm not sure about the wireless lav mic yet.
Help would be appreciated
Steve Wiese and the Zacuto team are coming back with the "Great Shootout 2010" in which they bring the latest digital video cameras out and see how their imagery stacks up against traditional 35mm Film. This time the line up is all DSLR's and like last time, they'll be shot side by side with a 35mm film rig, professionally color graded and compared head to head. The big names like Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and others will be on the line for comparison by some of the top DP's and Digital Cinematographers in the business.
I am a reporter/journalist and I am looking to learn how to start shooting my own stories. I need advice on a good camera for a beginner to buy. I want the best camera for a beginner but at the same time it could be useful for someone who is more advanced. I would prefer one that is not too heavy. Price doesn't matter, I want the best one I can get. Any suggestions? Also, what would you recommend for accessories... tripod, bag, mic, etc.
Thanks so much!!
As a former Combat Cameraman seeing footage from our growing number of war zones hits me on multiple sides. I can see well beyond the propaganda and both understand the situation from both the war fighter and concerned civilian perspectives. When I first joined my Combat Camera Unit I quickly realized I had much to live up to. My fellow teammates and I were the 'technical descendants' of Director John Ford among a host of famous filmmakers and photographers down through the decades.
In this day and age, camera makers
are vying for the rank of the best by rendering superlative features
that are constantly out doing each other day after day. But here is a
camera discovered from a dusty attic that is making news. Called
"Daguerreotype," it is a wooden sliding box camera produced by the
Paris company Susse Freres in 1839.
Anonymous (not verified) - March 02nd, 2010