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    Music Video shot with DVX100A
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    This rig is heavy and can wear you down, but I liked the challenge. The manager of the studio scoffed at my rig when I came in with it to shoot. Later, after the video was released, he came up to me to say how much he liked it. I'm a big fan of the 4:3 ratio.

    https://youtu.be/5LAXhnbRM5I

    Camera: DVX100A
    Lens Adapter: Redrock Micro M3
    Lens: Nikon 50mm 1.2 AI-S
    Edited in Final Cut Pro X


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    Always love seeing older tech still being used as i'm a big advocator of that. The DVX100A was the first serious camera I owned back in 2005. I learned a lot on it. Enjoyed some of the shots in your video. Not a fan of the music genre but you def created a good example of how the DVX can still kick some ass!
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    Thanks Mike!


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    Makes me want to break out my HVX200-M2e kit and shoot. Looks good Pat. Love the fact that the old tech is still in use and in the right hands can create.


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    Thanks MDKfilms. I appreciate the feedback.


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