yep... still.. can anyone help me out? anything is reasonable under or around 100 hours
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06-06-2004 06:59 PMI damn-near lost my nose. And i like it. I like breathing through it.
GuestGuest06-06-2004 08:32 PM
I have just placed my DVX100 with a very nice camera dealer for sale on consignment. I am gladly letting him have a commission in order to enable credit card purchases and for handling the details.
This unit has about 10 hours on it (yes really - verifiable through the menue system). The short version of the story is that I discovered how time consuming and difficult it is to build a quality short production and hold down a demanding day job at the same time. It looks like I am sticking with still photography for now.
The full kit includes the Panasonic anamorphic lens, a century wide angle (for non anamorphic video) and a shotgun microphone (moderate quality, not a high end mic)
This package originally costs in the neighborhood of 5k, I am letting the store handle the dickering (let them earn the commission).
I am posting this here because I love this place and the camera is a cherry - absolutely mint condition, I figured I would let you folks have a go at it if you had the need.
La Bonne Vie Camera, Westboro, MA. Phone:508-898-3060 Fax:508-366-4457 Ask for Tim (the owner and a nice fellow)
GuestGuest06-06-2004 08:38 PM
In my previous post, the silly political correctness filter changed the word di-ckering (as in "bargaining") to sickering.
Ya gotta love it.
06-06-2004 08:39 PM
i dont have enough money for extras sorry
i may call though
still open for offersI damn-near lost my nose. And i like it. I like breathing through it.