16:9 in the VX2100

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    • #44832
      AvatarAnonymous
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      From what i understand, when you use the built in function, it reduces quality…so, my question is, how to people film in widescreen 16:9 without reducing quality? It seems unprofessional, I always thought you were supposed to film in widescreen, THEN cut down to 4:3 if you had to…but I don’t know…someone clear me up here please

    • #187321
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      haha, yeah, ok…well i really hate 4:3, so what kind of lens can i get? all i’ve seen is the fisheye/wide angle, and from what i understand that’s just to get closer to the subject?

      thanks

    • #187322
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      thanks…i didn’t know "anamorphic" was what i was looking for

    • #187323
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      Why is it that if the movie is going to be put on a DVD it doesn’t matter if "you toss all that quality out the window"?

    • #187324
      AvatarEndeavor
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      I think his point was that DVD reduces the quality so much anyway it will be unnoticeable.

    • #187325
      Avatardirector958
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      Right, got it. Thanks for your help. I’m surpised some one has replied to my post. I posted it months ago!

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