For event recording and low-light capability I've heard very good things about the sony hvr-s270. Pro: good shoulder-mount form; good in low light; takes long tapes; can also record to CF cards-...
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I had something like this once, and couldn't get much joy out of "audiosuite" tools. But I exported the whole track, and imported it into audacity- which is a free downloadable sound app. It has a...
07-15-2008, 06:13 PM
Hi- interesting to hear. I'm still worried about the focus: can't carry a monitor everywhere. I guess I need to drive an hpx for a day, and see how bad the viewfinder/histogram comba are for what I'm...
Yeah, I gather. Panasonic NZ are not keen to rebate.
But it's nutty that I could take a free trip to New York to buy one- and have change.
(The NZ listed price is a little over NZ$17.5K- at the...
How about exporting that rebate to all of us outside the USA!?!
I like it!
I need to shoot something like this, and I'm wondering how you did it. My dvx will not automatically shoot single frames- you can do it manually (using the remote) or set it up to shoot a...
Hi Kit- thanks for the tests and comments on this.
Budgetwise, I guess I'm in a slightly different position, working for an institution where I have a one-off budget to spend, and am unlikely to be...
There are such conflicting stories on this, it's making my head spin. I'm looking at it from all angles, and I still feel I'll be taking a risk either way. A GOOD bit of 2/3" glass will last a lot...
Hi- just for my information, I'm looking at slightly different prices on an HPX500 and an HPX555. I gather they are essentially the same camera- possibly with different names for different markets....
Hows the YJ lens looking? I read here that someone had tried one and been unsatisfied.
What is your older lens? I've got an older "A" series fujinon that others here have rated as pretty good: I've...
05-14-2008, 08:03 PM
This thread is where someone has tried a yj18x9 (the lens I've got) on a 500- and been disappointed. When I get the cam, I'll try it too!
I think it's also worth noting, as someone has above, that...
05-13-2008, 02:27 PM
Nice pictures. HD is a lovely thing for us camera-fiends.
I'm looking forward to getting into it. I'll order my cam very soon. I have a similar lens.
To me, the jpegs are nice BUT a little soft....
05-12-2008, 05:53 PM
I've got one of these lenses as well- it's the newest one I own. But they don't seem to be well-suited. I've got 2 older 2/3" J series canons and an A series Fujinon that I'm going to try, however.
Watching this with GREAT interest. I'm looking at an HPX500 in the near future, but I don't want to have to spring for a lens- especially as I have 4 2/3" SD lenses.
From the other thread, it seems...
If you want to get used to edius, I'd recommend tutorials or downloading some video mterial you can play with. It's not an audio application, as such- you have all the video tools getting in the way....
yeah, I'm wondering too.
the canopus "neo" forum is also a masoleum.
just bought a version and I'm feeling like a visitor from another galaxy who's arrived post apocalypse.
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