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- June 24, 2006 at 7:23 PM #42497AnonymousInactive
hello im new to filmmaking. I am going to do a short documentury for television, and I would like to know if anyone has any recommendations for a camcorder with good quality. price is not an issue. thank you
If it’s for broadcast, why not get a Sony DSR-PD170 (or the older version, PD150)?
You can probably find it for around $ 2500 and it’s a very popular field camera for tv people.
thank you i will look into that!
Check out the Panasonic dvx100. Currently, the shows "Its always sunny in Philadelphia" and "Blowin up" with Jamie Kennedy are shot using the dvx.
thank you. I would also like to know what you your thoughts are about the canon gl2 and panasonic ag-dvc30. I know you mentioned the sony dsr pd170 however i saw that it said no 24p or 30p. what is that exactley and is it important? thank you!
Hi lisa, if you can do it in colorado i would help you. i have a sony vx 2100 it takes the kind of pictures you want for your line of work. thanks Mike