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    XEPOJ ("Hero") was shot on:

    Canon HV30 + Handy35
    50mm f1.8
    35-70mm f2.8
    70-200mm f2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by Homunculus View Post
    is the gh1 DSLR? I looked it up and it seems to be I'm just not sure
    Yes, it is a DSLR made by panasonic. Just do your research before you buy, they all have different issues and You really need to grab the best cam for your needs.

    Canon 7D+Teddybear T-Finder+Tamron & Canon Glass+lighting+a bunch of other stuff+2 Beautiful Babies.

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    "Facade" was shot with GH1, a Nikon adapter, and 24, 35, 50, and 85mm lenses.


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    7D or T2i - 11 films
    5D - 4 films
    HV20/HV30 - 4 films
    GH1 - 9 films
    HMC150 - 2 films
    XHA1 - 4 films
    HPX170 - 1 film
    HVX200 - 6 films
    HPX300 - 1 film
    DVX100b - 1 film
    RED - 3 films
    HFS10 - 2 films
    SX1IS - 1 film




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    Cool stats - thanks for putting that together.

    I'm happy to see the classic DVX still represented.


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    Which DSLR is best for action and faster movements?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemesis TS View Post
    Which DSLR is best for action and faster movements?
    They're all rolling shutter (CMOS) so I would say they would all be about the same in that regard.


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    Sorry to be an idiot, what is rolling shutter? And have we seen it in any of the movies for examples? My camera the xh-a1 had some problems when I was doing some hand held it felt like the image or person in the image was sort of skipping or lagging. Is that rolling shutter?


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    Nope Nemesis rolling shutter just means that basically the image is scanned sequentially from line 1 to line 2 to line 3 and so on... so what happens is if you make a fast pan, say past a tree, the part of the tree near the top of the frame will get processed and imaged before the part of the tree near the bottom. but by the time it gets to scanning the bottom line the horizontal positioning of the tree in the frame has changed because the pan is so fast. This results in what should be a straight line appearing to look slightly diagonal, it's called skew.


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    I believe I was the only one using the cheapest DSLR, the Pentax K-X.


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