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    a refreshing change of topic
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    put aside the 4.2.0 vs. 4.2.2, 8-bit vs. 10-bit, avchd vs. dvcproHD, 1/3" vs 4/3" blah blah blah technical crap and enjoy this short that proves that a good STORY and the ability to tell it is still the most important parts of filmmaking.

    http://gizmodo.com/5676438/this-acti...-on-a-nokia-n8
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    That is awesome!! You are right, it's all story and who is behind the camera!


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    ...or camera phone!




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    I'd shoot that camera too, if they paid for the film, which you know must be the case. Nobody puts up that much production and then says hey lets shoot it on my phone just because we can.

    Now I'm all for shoot with what you've got. I have a couple of HV20's that serve me well and won't be upgrading until I get a project that will pay for the AF100.

    I also get sick of the talk about needing this camera or that to be the miracle cure that takes indie film to the next level. Hollywood is always two steps ahead at least, and infinitely further when you consider money. Look back to the French New Wave, that really launched indie cinema. Big Studio films were already cinemascope technicolor, and these were hand-held black and white 16mm. Now black and white is probably out, but HDV will hold up to a film out, and telling a good story does not require shallow depth of field, it is a tool but not required.

    The tools available to no budget filmmakers is unprecidented in history, but where are all the great films? I did my guerilla films when the tools were really not ready, and I hope to muster the energy to try again before it's too late. If I don't I'll teach what I know to my kids, and if they want to carry the dream there will be no limits.


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    PL mount?


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    That sh*t better have 4:2:2 MOFO's!!!

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    I hear it has HD-SDI out


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    Absolutely wonderful editing.
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    why does the aspect ratio seem to be anamorphic. how can they shoot anamorphic on a camera phone


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    here is the link to the behind the scene video on making it

    http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=.../1/_MBAhm3JqSI


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