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April 28, 2011 at 2:38 AM #46084GregoryParticipant
It has been some time since I have posted. Just shot another wedding, and learned that the I had some issues with camera 1 Sony. Had two other sources so all is fine. I had to replace the Sony and I recall that I had asked as many have asked about a good low cost camera.
As it turned out I did indeed find a sale. $300 off a Canon. It was priced at $799.00 I got it for $499. It is this beauty here
The specs are perfect for a low budget film maker. Has mic input (although mini) has hot shoe, has a manual stick focus, and shoots in 24fps. Has tons of pro features for the poor camera man. Mine will be here soon and I have read most of the manual already and am ready to shoot. Also comes with a full remote control. Built in light, Has the Canon EoS. A really really good deal. I just wanted to share because it ends Saturday.
Here is the frosting
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- 1920 X 1080 HD
- 64GB Dual Flash Memory
- SDHC Memory Card Slot
- 3.89MP Full HD CMOS Sensor
- Canon 15x HD Video Lens
- 2.7″ Multi-Angle Widescreen LCD
- Dynamic SuperRange O.I.S.
- HDMI Mini
- Microphone & Headphone Inputs
- 24p Cinema Mode
I will post my first video from it on my YouTube site so you can see the quality
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