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Old April 28th, 2010, 09:35 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Eric Pasarin View Post
I have an HMC150, and I shoot in 720 60p. It's sharp and if I ever needed to use slow motion (which I do frequently) I have the extra frames so it doesn't look bad.

Isn't shooting in 720 a willful disregard of the full potential of the content in some future project?

What if you get some over-the-top, awesome stuff and then in the future you want to use it for promo project. Your promo project in the future will be 1080. The 720 stuff won't look as good.
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