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    Commercial shot with HD100 + Redrock M2
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    Hi Everyone

    I wanted to pass along a really beautiful commercial shot with the Redrock M2 + JVC HD100 camera. It was shot by Michal Gutowski in Poland, who has a very distinctive style.

    http://www.redrockmicro.com/footage/JVC/metro_www.mov

    There is also some good discussion of setup/recipes in our theatre forum at Redrock:

    http://redrockmicro.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3582

    Cheers

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    Looks nice. Good bokeh and color.
    "You'd better cure all those personal problems that might be holding back something you want to say." -John Cassavetes


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    For a minute, I thought you shot this with the JVC HD1. I thought the HD100 was an updated version. obviously it's not. Nice camera btw.

    bball, I was looking for the right term for DOF. I was trying to explain that to a friend. bokeh is what I was looking for. Im guessing you use a very expensive adapter to get that kind of film effect.


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    Can i verify. Was it shot on this camera?

    http://www.creativevideo.co.uk/publi...=jvc_gy-hd110e

    I have been looking at the JVC ProHD range and im seriously thinking of getting one.

    Nathaniel


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathaniel McInnes View Post
    Can i verify. Was it shot on this camera?

    http://www.creativevideo.co.uk/publi...=jvc_gy-hd110e

    I have been looking at the JVC ProHD range and im seriously thinking of getting one.

    Nathaniel

    yes it was.


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    bloody hell. I think i might order one soon. Have any of you guys had experience using one. Are they really sterdy?

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    Nathaniel


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    The HD100? Or the M2? I own the HD100 and after coming from the DVX (which I still use from time to time) the ergonomics and latitude are two of my favorite things about it. I can get rock solid shoulder held work from it and the image is incredibly tweakable in camera- although i tend to shoot flat using True Colors 3 by Paolo Ciccone. Im selling my rig at dvinfo.net if you're interested for a very good price. pm if you're interested.

    Alan


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    Nice spot. Looks great.
    Then again, everything's cooler in another language.


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    The HD100 is really a great camera, and doesn't get the kind of credit it deserves.

    Also, the HD200 series cameras are a solid step-up (in image quality and price too) having 14 bit a/d converters which translates to better lowlight performance as well

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