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Gregg Therieau August 1st, 2005 05:21 PM

Who's shot in high elevation? I mean REALLY high!
 
I'll be shooting in a decompression chamber simulated to 25,000 ft elevation to see the effects of flight attendants with cabin pressure loss. Does anyone know what this elevation simulation will do to a DVX-100A? I'll be shooting on the 15th of August and hope to have some knowledge before hand. Thanks for your responses

Gregg Therieau August 16th, 2005 12:45 AM

It worked!
 
Just wanted to let you all know that the DVX100a works very well in a decompression chamber simulated to 25,000 ft elevation. It's gonna be really cool footage to see as well. It'll be on the Travel Channel this fall about Frontier Airlines flight attendants, tentatively titled, Flight Attendant School. If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask.

Peter Jefferson August 16th, 2005 05:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Gregg Therieau
Just wanted to let you all know that the DVX100a works very well in a decompression chamber simulated to 25,000 ft elevation. It's gonna be really cool footage to see as well. It'll be on the Travel Channel this fall about Frontier Airlines flight attendants, tentatively titled, Flight Attendant School. If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask.

next time im up 25thousand feet, i'll keep in mind that the dvx will still kick ass.. lol

sorry mate, i thought this was funny, but you know what, its friggin awesome information, i honeslty think you shoudl let Pana know abotu this, as its not somthing they would do as an R&D exericise. Im not kidding either

there have been afew docos made wth the dvx in stupidly high altitudes as well as almost unforgiving environments, so its good to know that the camera is as robust as i always thought it was.
Im not the only one pushing the unit.. i cant say the same for the z1 though.. had many problems with condensation but i think its from the the plastic/composite lense, as oppsed to the full glass elements of the DVX.

Gregg Therieau August 16th, 2005 09:34 PM

I'll definitely let Panasonic know they've got kick ass cameras!


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