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Old May 15th, 2009, 03:54 PM   #1
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Matching HD110 to Sony HC1

I wasnt really sure where to to put this thread but I thought I'd start here. I'm looking to get a second angle on some interviews I plan to shoot. My second camera is a little Sony HC1.

Can anyone advise a good way of setting up the JVC to match the HC1. I'm guessing it will be better this way as the HC1 has little in the way of picture control.

Sound wise I will just match it by eye as the cut aways with HC1 will be short and more accute angles.

Feel free to make other suggestions of course !!??

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Old May 16th, 2009, 06:30 PM   #2
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offhand.. maybe you can make your HC1 footage look more like your HD110 in post. export as 24p footage and some color correction then import the changed footage into your timeline of HD110. Just a thought.
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