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    Rental DVX200s for live event - please help
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    Hi,
    I am a GH2 and GH5 user that has visited this site a lot in the past. I hope you can help with my current dilemma.

    I rented a couple of DVX200s for a live teaching event. I will have a team mate capture while I am on business travel. We are going through the camera to optimize settings and would like your help making sure I am covering the bases. Here is what I am doing currently.
    4K 24P 100MB
    Auto zoom
    Audio set to receive on XLR1 from Sennheiser ENG receiver
    Zebras set to 80%
    Cards set to relay
    Manual white balance

    I essentially want to hit record and know that nothing drifts or changes.
    Am I missing anything?

    Also, being a teaching event, do you recommend 4K 100MB 24P or UHD 150MB 60P? I am starting to think the latter if possible pans if the presenter moves too much.

    Any other thoughts or advice?
    Thanks
    Robert Smith - Houston, TX
    Manager, Marketing Communications - Praxair, Inc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartfelt View Post
    Any other thoughts or advice?
    Make sure each camera op is monitoring their audio.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green View Post
    For a live event? UHD 60p.
    Thanks Barry and your eBook TREMENDOUSLY shortened our learning curve. Thank you!
    Robert Smith - Houston, TX
    Manager, Marketing Communications - Praxair, Inc.


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