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glassgowkiss

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what sort of camera machine was used to film this sickness. it looks all clear and pretty.

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man, the lighting is awesome! was that real or an effect added to the raw footage?

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I used JVC GY-HM100 camera, filmed in XDCAM 35mb/sec

 

ahh yes, the reason for the crystal clarity.

 

 

are there any lesser priced HD's that take pretty damn good instead of damn good footage that you know of?

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you could try Canon Vixia HF100 or such, much cheaper (also look into Panasonic HDC-TM300, which has a lot manual controls). I am also using a little p/s Lumix LX3, which shoots 720/24p. The only drawback is it doesn't have an external mic jack.

BTW a new Panasonic AG-HMC40 costs about 1900 and also takes really good images.

Also I like 720/60p setting, partially why the images look so crisp on the video. imo 24 makes things look choppy and I don't like the motion blurs.

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I am using Final Cut. I hate PCs, used them for years, but once bought my first Mac i never touched a PC. Final Cut Express is the best bang for a buck on a market.

p.s. i am computer stupid (just ask my wife), but i can operate Mac. also the nice thing is if you buy it you'll have iMovie, basic- but might have you going.

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