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    Motion blur or loss of resolution?

    Has anyone noticed a "loss of resolution" in moving images that doesn't look like motion blur. I've got a very experienced editor that sees it as a loss of resolution. I see it more as simply motion...
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    I've also got it posted on my site at...

    I've also got it posted on my site at http://cinemagraphica.com/Red/
  3. The footage looks phenomenal!!! I've played it...

    The footage looks phenomenal!!! I've played it both on my G5 with 23" Cinema Display and my 15" G4 PowerBook and it looks great on both. Of course I can't see the entire image on my PowerBook, it's...
  4. Century Optics make very good wide angle...

    Century Optics make very good wide angle adapters. I prefer the .7x because it's a zoom through, were as the .6x is not. Macro is a different deal all together different. I have some proxars that I...
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    I would always take the tape out, for security...

    I would always take the tape out, for security reasons if nothing else. But I would also use a new tape for a new day. It is also possible that the tape could suffer from being rapped around the tape...
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    The problem I have with the marker is its size,...

    The problem I have with the marker is its size, i.e. it's not like my 1 degree spot meter.

    Once you get to know the zebras, they can be very usefull. I only use the marker on green screen and to...
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    You are correct in thinking that a meter is not...

    You are correct in thinking that a meter is not going to do you a lot of good. Your best exposure aid is a good field monitor. I use a Sony 8". I try to make sure I can have power avaiable to run the...
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    Where did you see the abriviation? One meaning is...

    Where did you see the abriviation? One meaning is Printed Circuit Board. Obviously this would be all the electronics that run the camera.
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    A friend of mine had this happen kinda when...

    A friend of mine had this happen kinda when someone picked up the camera by the top handle with a tripod attached. It ripped the thread right out. He had to send it in for repair.
    If your looking...
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    Wireless video is a tricky one. You can get units...

    Wireless video is a tricky one. You can get units that work on 2.4GHz for fairly cheap (less than $300) or you UHF that are quite expensive (about $3000). My experience with them is that they don't...
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    Putting the mic into input 2 will be fine. I'm...

    Putting the mic into input 2 will be fine. I'm curious what is coming from the mixer though. Ideally the mic would go to the mixer then to the camera so that someone could manage the levels prior to...
  12. Thread: Mic Holder?

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    You've got two choices here, get a shorter mic...

    You've got two choices here, get a shorter mic (Audio-Technica 4073a) or get a shock mount that fits into the hot shoe. This shock mount fits that bill.
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  13. Thread: XLR Audio ?

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    The only problem that you might find is that when...

    The only problem that you might find is that when you are in post production, you have most likely have to only use one channel and put the pan to 0, otherwise the audio will only come out of one...
  14. Thread: XLR Audio ?

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    It might help you to think of them not as stereo...

    It might help you to think of them not as stereo but as channel 1 and 2.

    When I'm only using a shotgun (or single lav), I'll run it into channel 2. Then feed channel 1 from channel 2 with the...
  15. If I'm understanding you correctly, you're...

    If I'm understanding you correctly, you're sending DVCProHD via FireWire to the HVX, then wanting the HVX to down convert to SD. If I'm remembering correctly from when I tried this, it doesn't work....
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    Buy a new Macbook pro and be the envy of everyone...

    Buy a new Macbook pro and be the envy of everyone on your block.
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    Your best bet is to setup the two cameras so they...

    Your best bet is to setup the two cameras so they look the same first (before the shooting day starts). This would be best done in a controlled environment (in your case daylight balanced, not...
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    The .6x from Century is not a zoom through, you...

    The .6x from Century is not a zoom through, you would have to get the .7x from Century to do that.
    I don't know about the Pani ones.
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    If you want to rent: any on the video rental...

    If you want to rent: any on the video rental houses will have an appropriate monitor.
    Birns & Sawyer is who I use first, but they're convenient for me.

    My choise is to own mine. That way I know...
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    For me, the HVX is the only camera to get. Yes...

    For me, the HVX is the only camera to get. Yes there is still questions on delivery to clients and downloading the card efficently, but I think that all of this will be solved in a short time.
    If...
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    I use a Lens Pen. It's a chemically treated...

    I use a Lens Pen. It's a chemically treated shammy or something like it. Use the brush in one end to remove the big stuff then just breath on the lens and wipe it down with the other end.
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    Right now I'm using this transmitter (but I've...

    Right now I'm using this transmitter (but I've never heard of this retailer, I bot it locally where I'm at in L.A.). And this price seems too good to be true considering every other one that I've...
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    I'm currently useing the Century Opics .6x and...

    I'm currently useing the Century Opics .6x and I'm pretty happy with it. But you can not zoom through on it. The .7x though can be zoomed through and looks great.

    I saw the red eye at NAB and it...
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    The Sennheiser ME66 with the K6 is a very good...

    The Sennheiser ME66 with the K6 is a very good mic, but it's long. If you put it into the stock holder, it will show in your wide shot. I would recomend the Audio-Technica AT4073a mic. It's short...
  25. If you mean just a plain firewire hard drive, it...

    If you mean just a plain firewire hard drive, it can't be connected except through a computer. The FireStore and the like have a processor in them that reads the control bits (or something like that)...
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