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    Hey ShadowProd,
    Have I complimented already on this short? That is impressive DVX footage. Great job.


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    Thanks, MDK. I appreciate it.


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    Ah, the memories Thanks for that!
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    Ha! I'll never get rid of my DVX100A. Still an amazing camera.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HorseFilms View Post
    Ha! I'll never get rid of my DVX100A. Still an amazing camera.
    It is an amazing camera. I plan to pick a 100A up again later this year given they are so damn cheap now. Would be a nice stroll down memory lane.
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    I have had mine storage for about 5-6 years now, I’ve been getting the itch again and thought about upgrading, but it’s hard to find something cheap, and have all the physical controls I enjoy on the dvx :-P


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    I can't think of another camera that has had such a following.


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    Quote Originally Posted by firehawk View Post
    I can't think of another camera that has had such a following.
    Really I think its def the most popular among indie filmmakers pre-HDSLR BS. All the youngins now do not know how good we had it back then honestly. Also, 24p wouldn't be standard in all cameras, even phones now if it wasnt for Sony with the F900 and then Panasonic with the DVX100 bringing 24p to the mid to low markets. Its really amazing just what some cameras really pushed forward.. the F900 began digital 24p cinematography.. the varicam brought vari frame rate.. the dvx brought 24fps to consumers and prosumers.. the red one brought 4K.. crazy
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    It's not crazy...someone was eventually going to do it sooner rather than later.

    And not many young people would want to use the DVX100 and others (learning on film is one thing). Many of us appreciate the older cameras because we lived through them, but the quality is unusable for most today.


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    For $3K (maybe $6K in today’s $$$), you got a full solution camcorder with video that was beyond what TV’s could really even display.

    Fast forward to today.... ugh.... what is camera?

    I’d like something with ergonomics for video...

    4K

    Um, sure, but i don’t need that yet. Maybe an extra stop in the highlights, instead?

    4K

    Well, it is nice, but what would be nicer is internal ND filters

    4K!

    Ok, sure, yes. Thank you. That is very cool. But i am noticing that this is actually just super sampled HD. Do you have anything that is actually...

    4K!!!!!!’n

    Oh, oh my. Nevermind. Hmm, maybe there is a bitrate that works well, something between 17mb and 500mb ?

    4K!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Got it. Hmm, well, could we at least have some 4K screens?

    8K.
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