Mark Bruner

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  • in reply to: DSLR versus camcorder for video shooting and editing #211809
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    Would you all experienced videographers suggest camcorder for sports (we are looking to try video for water skiing where the subject can accelarate across the wake at close to 60 mph),Cine type camera (C100) for weddings and DSLR for stills. We have a wedding photogaphy businenss (some sports) and for weddings are  getting asked 25% of the time if do video, thus were looking into the C100 (since we have plenty of Canon gear) . But we would rather get something that can cover both sports and wedding (seems like you need a tool for each) or do we get one of each. We would only do 4-5 weddings by video a year; but are hoping to grow the sports video (somehow; currently reviewing our business plan for 2015.

    in reply to: Best proffesional camcorders ideal for weddings? #211808
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    EdYou mention for wedding videography the C100 is a good choice. We do wedding photography and are always asked if we do video (canon gear, 5DMIII and II; and many L and prime lenses; also Nikon gear; D800 n D3S). We also do some sports. Would the C100 also be able to cover fast moving sports such slalom water skiing (the water skier accelarates across the wake perpendicular to the boat at close to 60 MPH). Do you the think the C100 could lock onto the skier and track him/her across the wake or would be better off with a camcorder for the sports and use the C100 for weddings?

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