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Old January 22nd, 2009, 01:11 AM   #1
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Befor asking, visit Sony Canada site for white papers !!

Hi, guys.
I found good documents on Sony Canada web site through Google:

http://www.sony.ca/hdv/files/white/H...ive_Primer.pdf
http://www.sony.ca/hdv/files/white/P...ate_COMS_e.pdf

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Old January 23rd, 2009, 01:02 PM   #2
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Hvr-z5e training

Hi all
please consider this thought..... if Steven Speilberg was starting out in his pursuit of film making today.....he would probably come to a forum such as this and ask the following question.....after of course he had rushed out and bought a good enough camera to shoot a film ,like the Z5 ,without worrying if he would get a good enough camera manual or access to a good range of books/DVD's.

"Hi ,does anyone know where I can get hold of some great info into what I can do with the Z5 and all its capabilities so i can just get out there and shoot as soon as possible?"
Even the great masters of hollywood had to probably ask irritating questions like this at one time but it is so frustrating for beginners that you just can't get a book or dvd that would just do the job.....i must admit 'handsonhdv' is out there for the Z1 but I have a Z5.....also I can't find a good enough book like 'HDV videography for dummies'

so please can everyone help into attaching to this post where we 'absolute level zero' begginers can get hold of great resources and thus not bug all the experienced guys and gals on this forum.

cheers....cut
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Old January 23rd, 2009, 02:03 PM   #3
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In a sense, that's exactly what this entire website is. You just need to read every post that applies to your camera or other issue you may have. Go back at least six months and you'll probably find every question you have has already been answered. And if not, it just might be that nobody knows yet with a new cam like the Z5.

In any event, this place has the biggest collection of experts imaginable who have already weighed in with their experiences and opinions on many, many topics. You don't have to "bug" anybody... just read.
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