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    Short FX-1 Documentary

    http://www.vimeo.com/1263167

    This is a short documentary for college I made using the FX1. (DV 50i, 16:9)

    The budget was zero, the crew was me, and my lav mic died on the last interview! (as...
  2. I take it you mean the integrated sound board? if...

    I take it you mean the integrated sound board? if so, dear lord no! These things are the bain of my college life (my college is too cheap to buy real sound cards...). what you hear through them...
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    While some slow mo will enhance the effect, if...

    While some slow mo will enhance the effect, if you go overboard, it'll just give the viewer more time to spot any less convincing elements of the effect...
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    While wireless is becoming far more useful (in...

    While wireless is becoming far more useful (in terms of range, reliability etc) it can never truly replace wired. Anyone who's used wireless networking, bluetooth etc, will know about the problems...
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    This happened a lot on the first season of 24....

    This happened a lot on the first season of 24. they shot 16:9, but for 4:3 display; this is all very well, but when it came out on DVD, it was in widescreen.


    This allows a full view of various...
  6. Yup, exactly that. of course the result will...

    Yup, exactly that. of course the result will change from phone to phone, so hook the camera up to a TV and see how it looks. if you do it under tungsten lighting, it can go very orange, so i...
  7. when using two cameras, it's probably best to...

    when using two cameras, it's probably best to stick to the presets, in case the camera interpret the the 'white' sample. if you do choose to manual white balance, whatever you can find that is...
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    35mm film cameras generally use a 180 shutter,...

    35mm film cameras generally use a 180 shutter, which results in a 1/48 shutter speed at 24fps - the shutter revolves once per frame, open for 180 degrees (or half) of that time, 1/24 over 1/2.

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  9. 1) matching different models of camera's all...

    1) matching different models of camera's all ways a bit tricky, you best bet is to shoot the same format, white balance off the same surface, and make sure the F-stop and shutter speeds are the...
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