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Old August 31st, 2002, 11:10 AM   #16
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I am geniunely interested in what JVC is calling their "frame mode", I wonder what method they are using to create it. Seems to me that with the Panasonic 24p camera about to be released, the buzz for "digital cinema" is heading that direction.
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Old August 31st, 2002, 12:33 PM   #17
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I couldn't agree more. Hopefully it stays true to "hi res". This would make computer composting and general fx work more efficient.

I'm still not sold on the 24p Panny. Not that it's a bad idea, it's just an effect that can be simulated on the computer. Some test renderings on the last short I did really were astounding. Coupled with a shallow DoF a 2/3 pull down was incredibly convincing. In the end, people will get used to 30fps, or even 60fps or higher. Computers will start to push that limit.
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Old September 3rd, 2002, 06:22 PM   #18
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The body, 115U EVF and 16X Canon lens will be somewhere in the 6K range.

The 115U will be somewhat better than the current 115U EVF-no adjust._peaking.

Now if you want to upgrade to the better 116U EVF, it will cost more. The 116U by itself is 1,025K.

Also, add a good shotgun.

Plus now place a mic. holder on the camera

ADD a Studio1 dual XLR box cause there is only ONE rear XLR!!!

Maybe you want a better 20X Fufinon or Canon-approx 3K....

Then choose your batteries/chargers etc.

That is the true cost of the camera?
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