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Old October 31st, 2003, 12:06 AM   #16
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Thanks for the tips guys, guess we're just going to have to keep practicing with this fussy little camera to get good results. Its sad but we're finding we have to use our XL1s as back ups because this camera is so difficult to predict on the results.
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Old October 31st, 2003, 12:37 PM   #17
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Why is strobing such an issue? I though everyone wanted film characteristics. What I need some help with is this 24p stuff why would anyone want to shoot video at 24 fps? Do they really think there going to film, but saving money on a $4k cam?

Best advice would be to change angles alot, use cuts. Or as Alex said before track your subject. I don't care about background smearing myself, I love a good track shot.

I would like to know how you intend to use a XL1 for backup? Are you shooting in DV mode, or twice?
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Old October 31st, 2003, 06:25 PM   #18
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hehe, well using our XL1 as back up I mean...if the HD footage is garbage, we give the client only DV. We actually only promise DV right now, and if can get it HD, then great. Its just not very reliable unless you can control the lighting conditions. Both cameras shoot at the same time. (We usually use 2 XL1s and a back up GL1, but now have switched to an XL1 and HD10). I highly doubt we'll ever switch to 2 HD10s. This camera just can't do the range the other DV cameras can do. We'll wait for the next HD camera, but until then this will have to do.
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