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Old November 17th, 2003, 01:18 PM   #16
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Just kidding, Yow. I knew it wasn't Bryan.
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Old November 17th, 2003, 03:59 PM   #17
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Yow Cheong Hoe wrote:
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Back to 'pro cam', I use to make money with my 1CCD MX8, the poker cam that BB on the 'other' forum uses to shoot porn. BB is professional porn-maker. So the MX8 is professional? It is 1CCD, no audio control, no colour control and no zebra to warn of over-exposure. I have always considered the MX8 a very good comsumer cam, maybe a very low prosumer...BB from http://www.eeplaza.com (the other forum is http://www.dv.com), I don't think it is Bryan! I apologise for any confusion, but Frank can surely back me up on this.
Yes, so this makes the MX8/MX1000 (PV-DV852), a 1 chip Panasonic hand-held a professional cam, so why couldn't the MX500(0)/PV-DV953 Panasonic, a 3 chip cam not be a professional cam. Furthermore, I back You Cheong Hoe 100% as a knowledgeable and honest member. I also agree with him to be "invisible" when shooting weddings. This is what I do with weddings, funerals, parties, etc.
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Old November 17th, 2003, 05:00 PM   #18
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See I told you so. The professional Panasonic PV-DV953 is a professional camcorder. It is just not as professional as the black professional Panasonic GS100 camcorder. Even the one CCD professional Panasonic MX8 camcorder is a professional camcorder because EE Plaza uses it to make professional pornography movies to make money and meet nice people. The only entities I want to shoot is tomfoolery which does interest me to start me off so I become familiar with my new professional camcorder. Parties and interesting stuff on the streets. Our rodeo will be a great time to shoot professional video. I was thinking of shooting in the shoe store I manage to see how the video will look like in lower lighting conditions that everyone writes about. My uncle owns the women's shoe store and I am sure he will not mind. I did not receive my PV-DV953 today. I hope I get it soon maybe tomorrow and it will be okay.
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Old November 17th, 2003, 05:23 PM   #19
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Fred, I consider a professional cam, a cam which will do the job and make you money. For example, a friend of mine makes a lot of instructional videos with his Digi8, Sony TRV720 (or TEV730). He markets these videos world-wide. In my opinion, therefore, The Sony TRV720 1 chip cam is a professional cam. The only problem is that it's silver, not black (and it didn't cost an arm and a leg). :)
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Old November 17th, 2003, 08:12 PM   #20
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See? Even Frank agrees with me. The PV-DV953 is a professional camcorder. That is why I bought one. Does the Sony TRV720 cost less money? I bet it is not as good as the Panasonic.
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Old November 17th, 2003, 10:24 PM   #21
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The 720 has no "puffed plastic" though. Our old buddy Terrence Smith uses his mx300 professionally as well.
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Old November 18th, 2003, 03:40 AM   #22
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I haven't even heard a boo from Terrence for about a year and a half. And, yes, he uses his MX300 professionally so this makes the Panasonic MX300 a professional camcorder, even though it isn't black. Regarding the TRV720, it is a wee bit puffy, but only because it uses Digital 8 tapes (bigger), and it has lots of stuff, like a built-in light (good for 8 feet, maybe)---no frame mode, though, like these Pana pro cams. :)
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