Cville's picture
Last seen: 1 year 2 weeks ago
Joined: 03/28/2009 - 7:58pm


I am looking to sell my 2 Sony tape cameras and move to all tape less.  I just want a reality check if this is a fair price. 


I would like to get $2600 for the following items:


Both have low hours. I'll have to do a check but probably under 50 on each


sony HVR-HD1000U.  A1/2.9 CMOS 

sony HDR-FX7 3cmos 


I am including a Mountain smith case for the 1000u along with a set of 3  filters for both cams.  I also have a wide angle lens adapter for the 1000u


garyjay's picture
Last seen: 2 years 5 months ago
Joined: 06/10/2012 - 12:57pm


Hi Guys

I've finally bought a new computer and wondered if anyone knows the best UK HD Rendering settings to produce a DVD?

I'm using the following:

Software - Sony Vegas 12 Pro

Camera - Canon 600D


6 Core AMD

8GB Ram

1Tb Memory

Cheers in advance



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alfredocano's picture
Last seen: 5 months 2 days ago
Joined: 05/03/2015 - 7:51pm


Hi, I'm looking for a camcorder to make short films, documentaries, music videos, concerts reviews, and some low light situations. My first choice was a Canon Vixia HF G30, but then I saw the promo video for the Sony AX100 and it was mind blowing. My question is: Should I get the Sony PXW-X70 instead? looks more professional to me! 

ssarson's picture
Last seen: 7 months 1 week ago
Joined: 02/26/2015 - 12:38pm


I recently filmed a bunch of footage on my Sony FS700 camera. All of it was recorded at 1080p and 240fps.

I have imported all the file into Adobe Premiere Pro and edited the footage. Everything looks great.

However, after exporting (H.264 at 1080p), there are a few clips that don't have the smooth slow-motion effect. They look more choppy as if it was shot at 60fps and slowed to about 10%. Anybody know why this is occurring?

Here's a link to the video:


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