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Old April 17th, 2007, 08:27 PM   #1
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DIY Static 35 on HV20

The light gathering on the single CMOS HV20 is superior to my single CCD ZR200 (of course!). I bet a 3CCD Panasonic GS could probably do well, but that's not the point here. With the brighter image, the HV20 can "see" more of the focus screen so you get a wider FOV. It needs help from a macro to focus though. And the max zoom is a hair above half. So make sure to use speed 1 on your zoom. The grain from the CMOS (also apparent under low light) plus the Nikon Type D seem to mix so I can't tell which is which. Obviously nowhere near Brevis quality.

Some of the story at: http://yousillyman.blogspot.com

Lens: 50mm Nikon Series E f/1.8
DOF Adaptor: YouSillyMan35 v2 Static, Nikon F3 Type D
Camera: Canon HV20, 1/2.6" Single CMOS progressive
Original Mode: HDV24PF, TV-48
Recompression: WMV9 1920x1080 30fps progressive, 6Mbps
File Size: 71.24MB
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=9G3EUNE5

Lens: 50mm Nikon Series E f/1.8
DOF Adaptor: YouSillyMan35 v2 Static, Nikon F3 Type D
Camera: Canon ZR600, 1/6" Single CCD interlaced
Original Mode: DV interlaced, automatic
Recompression: WMV9 720x480 29.97fps interlaced, 4Mbps
File Size: 45.84MB
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3N8MNZ2B
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