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Old July 6th, 2004, 07:29 AM   #16
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Tom, interesting. Except I do live events like weddings and sports only, and almost never rewind to see what I shoot, even once when I had the sickening feeling that I missed a particular important footage. In fact rewinding will be suicide in my case.

Well, at least they should make it so that we can disable it in the setting.

User firmware upgrade? :-)
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Old July 6th, 2004, 01:48 PM   #17
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Originally posted by Tom Hardwick : Actually to maintain timecode continuity I've found the photo button very useful. At the end of any shot you know you'll want to rewind and take a look at (the talent love this and it can boost their confidence enormously), simply push the photo button. Then having reviewed the shot you can now push the stop button anywhere in that 7 seconds of still frame, and continue recording from there.

How would this differ from shooting a head and a tail in your content? I always begin recording earlier than I need to and continue shooting a few seconds or so after the shot I wanted to capture is completed. That's simply good shooting practice in general.
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