View Full Version : Need to rent DVX100 or 100a, $150.
I'm looking for a dvx100(preferably 100a but not necessary) for a theatrical shoot on April 10th. I'll pay you $150 and will return it to you that night. Preferably someone in the Orange County or San Fernando Valley area. Figure I'll try here first before going to a rental house. PM me if interested. SERIOUS ONLY PLEASE!
03-10-2004, 10:34 PM
Boo, what are the hours? 8)
dress rehearsal starts at 8am...1st show starts at 2:00pm where i will be doing tests w/ the quickstreamdv, audio, and dvx. the show i will be videotaping is the 7:00pm show which should end around 10:30pm.
03-12-2004, 04:38 PM
DVX100p, Bogen Tripod and 503 head, any mics needed.
Anything else, just ask and I'll tell you what I have.
I live in Laguna Hills btw.
purpose, do you have an me64 as well? all i would need is the dvx, battery(ies), adaptor/charger and me64. let me know if you're still interested. i'm in rancho santa margarita by the way...thanks!
03-30-2004, 10:05 AM
I'm curious Boo how are you going to use the ME64. I just shot a theater piece with a wireless mic on the lead actor and was not thrilled with the sound. I probably should of had unidirectionaln instead of a omni. To much room noise
i'm going to have 2 me64's placed on front of the center stage positioned as a coincident pair. *that way if the action goes to the far left or right of the stage i have that 2nd mic covering me to keep the sound as consistent as possible. *i've also been keeping in touch w/ the audio person in charge in the theatre and have been kissing *his booty(not literally...ok i offered him lunch) so i can tap into the sound board as my 3rd source where the main actors are plugged in w/ lapels.
03-30-2004, 10:57 AM
Boo, yes I have 2 me64s. Whatever ya need man. I got most of it. Message me.
03-30-2004, 11:14 AM
Do you prefer the 64 over the 66?
yes... i find the me66 too directional. the me64 allows a wider range as well as better sound when shooting indoors.
03-30-2004, 01:37 PM
Ive got the 66 and 67. Take your pick. :)
03-31-2004, 09:24 AM
Purpose, which mic do you prefer for weddings and were do you place them? Thanks, 8)
03-31-2004, 09:32 AM
I put the Lav on the groom. I setup a shotgun by the alter, overhead if I can. I have 2 neumann oomnis that I set up pointed at the crowd for ambience noise. And I have my me64s which I place to the L/R of the seating pointed at the bride and groom. I typically have a 2 camera shoot, 3 maybe. I run all my audio through a field mixer out to two cameras. Works great.
03-31-2004, 09:45 AM
How have you managed a overhead mic? And would that be your ME66?
03-31-2004, 10:57 PM
Well, I was fortunate to have a high alter when I snuck the 66 in with the flowers. How have I managed it? Well, I guess I could say well? I just like to cover my bases, because audio is just as important as the film, and when that one time a low voiced bride says the most beautiful thing, and it's not picked up, woppsi-daisy.
04-01-2004, 09:38 AM
How many of your mics are wireless? And I agree about the sound. What mixer do you use? And do you have someone else doing the mixing?
04-01-2004, 10:40 PM
Only 1 wireless lav. I run the sound either through my mackie 1604 or my little 12 channel sound craft. I like to do the mixing myself if I can. But, ocassionally I bring on a sound guy to do it. I like to get almost every mic to at least 1 channel. So I can pick through, but mixing is essential as well.