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I am looking to go on a kayaking trip for 3 months with no access to power. I am looking for a camera that will be capable of production quality audio and video. The necessities are:
Must be compact cause Id rather like to pack some food too
Must have alot of storage space with option of recording to sd card
Must have the option of purchasing larger batteries.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
GREAT article by forum participant Heidi Mueller on the potential of, and approach to, doing How To DVDs.
I work at a resort that has a dedicated resort tv channel. Currently, we have a multi-disc dvd player that we loop our content on. I am looking to upgrade to a hard drive based recorder/player (like a regular DVR) that can hold at least 18 hours of video. Some other features i would like to have are:
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After watching Adobe's launch of CS5, trying to drown out all the 'buzz' about the 'iPad', 'Droid' and a bunch of other new whiz-bang products getting flung at us everyday, I saw this video about 'Motion Magazine Production'. The all Digital Magazine 'VIV' recently shot their issues' cover and a layout feature completely for the motion mag format. The production shot using live actors, props, and greenscreen with the RED EPIC. Though their project was primarily for the 'i' line of Apple products, I can fully see the potential for this type of work for other devices as well.
There have been a number of products coming out lately that deal with the number 1 issue concerning Flash Media in the field. Yeah, solid-state cards are great since you don't have to digitize the footage but when they fill up you have to take time to download them or buy a buttload of cards which can get expensive.
Videographer Paul Joy's video review of Nexto's latest answer to this problem answered a lot of my questions about the rig and as I move further into a solid-state workflow, I see this on my list of future purchases.