No, I said the opposite – only good for a one-man band. That may be exaggerating a bit, but the lack of monitoring capability would be a huge problem for a lot of people. You need to really be able to trust your shooter. Fortunately I was able to do that, but it still gave me a little bit of stress.
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03-16-2010 03:13 PM
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03-16-2010 03:16 PM
Ah got it, makes sense Funny... I usually ask to see framing, but rarely look at the camera while we're actually shooting.