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Old April 7th, 2009, 05:07 AM   #91
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Link not good on Vimeo for some reason, good link is:

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Old May 19th, 2009, 07:24 PM   #92
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Project shot 95% on the v1.
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Old May 24th, 2009, 04:36 PM   #93
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Enjoyed Newport Beach Hugh, thank you. Made me feel like I've been there, which I have not. Never been to USA!!

I was thinking about the gulls that rested with great contentment on the beach. Have you any tiny clips of those gulls in flight, taken with V1, please?
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Old June 9th, 2009, 08:43 PM   #94
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some shots of some film i did around the new forest for anyone thinking of purchasing a fx-7.i dont have a web site at the moment sorry i know megaupload can be a pain but its all i can use for now
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on another point i have used a rode stereo mike with my fx-7 and found it great far better than the on board and the volume setting never needed adjusting till last week when i filmed a village fair i always film,most was ok exept for brass and bag pipe bands, the resulting sound was terrible even reducing volume in pc crazed etc clearly i should have reduced the sound level.although last year filming with my hc-1 and a ecm-hqp1 mike the sound was great without altering the volume.below is a clip of the fair with rubbish sound clearly i must reduce volume for bands like this am i correct.chris
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Thanks for posting these, Chris. They were both helpful to me in evaluating the picture quality of the FX7. I'm seriously considering getting one myself. The visual quality of both of the clips is excellent. The first clip looks like documentary footage that you might see on TV. The second is also good too, but I agree the sound needs work!
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Old June 17th, 2009, 06:49 AM   #95
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FX7 Test Footage

Got a short clip of some FX7 footage posted to Vimeo: Sony FX7 Test Footage on Vimeo
Still trying to figure out a way to get rid of the 'tv-look' of the image, though. I figured exporting 1080i to 720p in Sony Vegas would do the trick.

I'm impressed with the quality of the picture the FX7 produces, even if it looks like standard HDTV.
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even if it looks like standard HDTV.
There's standard definition and high definition and now Steve wants us to believe there's standard high definition. :-))
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Old June 17th, 2009, 09:28 PM   #97
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There's standard definition and high definition and now Steve wants us to believe there's standard high definition. :-))
I think what I meant to say was that 'standard HDTV' (i.e. without progressive modes) looks like video, while the look I'm trying to accomplish using a 1080i camera and post-processing would be more film-like and less like video.
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