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Sony HVR-A1 and HDR-HC Series
Sony's latest single-CMOS additions to their HDV camcorder line.


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Old June 29th, 2006, 03:41 PM   #181
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It seems to be 'kitted-out photo' time, so can I add my VX2k here?
http://www.fortvir.net/gallery/v/tom...X2000.jpg.html
Nice setup Tom.

Few questions:
1) Are you happy with the Rycote Softie ? Can you estimate what sort of windspeed that it protects up to ? I have a Rode Deadcat on my Videomic and i think I may need a better windshield so i am looking at Rycteo and Lightwave etc.

2) How does the ME66 sound indoors? I guess for wedding stuff, its big halls or churches or marquee or something so the delayed-reflections off walls isnt really a problem? In a normal room environment, do you use another mic? me64?

3) Also any idea how much a 2nd-hand VX2000 would go for in the UK?

4) Whats the clamp/tripod widget in this shot :
http://www.fortvir.net/gallery/v/tom...tudio.jpg.html
Is it a Manfrotto Super-Clamp? looks a bit like it. Any chance of a URL to that at B&H (for whatever it is).


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Old June 29th, 2006, 09:31 PM   #182
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Thanks for posting those up Jeff. Dedication !!

Err, just one thing...... I think the last JPG might be something else entirely ! not sure what it is exactly, but it looks fascinating !! lol !
It was the light that Laurence Kingston used with his equipment. I included it because that's one of the originally posted images.
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Old June 29th, 2006, 10:57 PM   #183
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well i hope this kingston set up works good cause i just ordered most of the same stuff for my hc1...

i got a rode ntg-2 with a beactek dx4-a, also got a hd-7000 raynox and the century optics shade for 82mm. got spider brace already and am waitting for the lanc.. also got the light with the battery and diffuser. this thing better be good and provide some results now..this whole setup with the cam and a tripod is close to $3000 k and the name of the forum is afforable hdv..lol...need some big dollars for non affordable then
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