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    What were the top DSLR Cameras?
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    so which were the top cameras that people used in this fest for films like The Charl(y)ie factor, Voices from the Dark, Dead Drop, Taking Advantage, etc. (At least these are the films I ASSUME based on their visuals that used DSLR)

    can someone tell me which cams most of these films used in particular and what types of lenses.
    And what films if any have been confirmed shot with Red?
    Just wondering as I'm learning more about cams.


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    When you click on the individual links to download the movie the page will change and it lists the camera that was used.
    Many used the 7D for example.

    I believe 'Voices from the Dark' was shot on RED.


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    Example: This is what you will see when you login to the viewing/rating page and choose a film.

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    Title: Voices From The Dark
    Author: AJ Brooks
    Camera: RED One


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    Voices was RED, charl(y)ie was 7D, dead drop, and taking advantage were both 7D I believe.

    I shot most of my film with the canon 18-135 kit lens, the rest was the Canon 50mm 1.8 and the Tokina 11-16.

    The creepy man exteriors were shot with the T2i using the the 18-135.

    Not sure about the glass on the other films but they all looked fantastic. And thanks for the nod!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard J. Johnson View Post
    Voices was RED, charl(y)ie was 7D, dead drop, and taking advantage were both 7D I believe.

    I shot most of my film with the canon 18-135 kit lens, the rest was the Canon 50mm 1.8 and the Tokina 11-16.

    The creepy man exteriors were shot with the T2i using the the 18-135.

    Not sure about the glass on the other films but they all looked fantastic. And thanks for the nod!

    Richard what does the T2i have that the 7D doesn't? I am considering purchasing a T2i to go along with my GH1 but I'm not sure I'd gain anything. Benefits?


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    from what I saw, You don't get as many ISO's and the Build Quality is better on the 7D. I did not see anything else that was major. If you have a GH1, which has a more filmic image IMHO, the T2i would be a fine choice. There could be many more differences that I'm sure are discussed here, but from I saw on set the Image was exactly the same for half the price.
    The GH1 is my next big purchase for sure. I love the look of that camera, I can get past the workarounds.

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    For our films I shot with a GH1 with Zeiss ZF lenses. "Deceivers" was all 35mm, because I needed to get as wide as possible and that was my widest lens at the time. "myPhone" was shot with the 50mm and 35mm (for only one shot if I remember right).



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike@AF View Post
    For our films I shot with a GH1 with Zeiss ZF lenses. "Deceivers" was all 35mm, because I needed to get as wide as possible and that was my widest lens at the time. "myPhone" was shot with the 50mm and 35mm (for only one shot if I remember right).

    is the gh1 DSLR? I looked it up and it seems to be I'm just not sure


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    The Sunshine List was shot with the Canon 550D T2i and kit lens.
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    ROM was shot on-

    Canon 7d with:
    15mm Fisheye
    17-55m f2.8 IS
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