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    Camera's used in the top 10
    3- HVX200

    2- DVX100b

    2- Nikon D90

    1- Red

    1-Sony Z1

    1-XHA1


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    Oooh indeed, and both Nikon D90 films were also very wellshot and produced (I mention that in particular since its quite interesting seeing these DSLR's getting used). I'm surprised there were no entries produced on the EX? Less than last fest on the Red too :P
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    dvx is still alive and well, I like that!


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscurl View Post
    dvx is still alive and well, I like that!
    And it will be alive as long as story telling is alive!


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    Oh absolutely!

    In fact its hilarious because this festival (and to be honest the last as well) made the issue of what camera - codecs, encoders, resolution etc far less relevant!

    Storytelling is King. So many of us in the hardware threads hehe probably turn our eyes up at that, and goodness knows ive squabbled enough times (pointlessly so) about cams (indulging in the most immature of consumer behaviours) and yet it honestly makes my day when i see again and again that creativity trumps any superficial hurdle presented.
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    Yeah, gotta give it up to the Nikons. Model/Photo was, IMO, the best "looking" film. Which is saying a lot seeing as it was pit against a couple Reds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscurl View Post
    dvx is still alive and well, I like that!

    And I still can't find your friggin movie anywhere! More than any of the other films I'm enticed by your premise. Hook a brother up with a link!!


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    I say that those of us who shot on a dvx-100a or b deserve a fair share of credit as well for going up against good looking films of the HD world. Two made it into the finals.


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    yeehaw dvx's. haha.


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    Total proof that it's not the tool, but the user. I remember when HVX came out & was allowed in competition, everyone thought HVX's would sweep the winnings. Then when RED came out, everyone was afraid that camera would sweep, etc.

    Again, comes down to story/writing, and then overall execution (acting, directing, technical) as being king, with finally the image itself bringing up the rear.

    If I had someone who knew how to squeeze every drop out of a DVX, I'd have no problem having it still be the main camera. A skilled carver can still turn out beautiful ice sculpture with just a butter knife, if need be.
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    "The Indispensable Chaucer" - Comedy - 5 min - FINALIST in DVXuser's BetrayalFest
    "Berlin" - Dramatic Period Thriller - 15 min (WINNER - Best Historical Film at Route 66 FilmFest ... nominated for BEST SCORE, BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY, BEST ART DIRECTION at AOF Fest)


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