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Old November 18th, 2010, 08:01 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Nigel Barker View Post
Interestingly I heard a wedding videographer the other day who said that since moving to shooting on Canon DSLR exclusively that their editing time had come down from 3-4 days to just two days. This was basically because they now have an awful lot less footage to wade through as they now no longer have multiple unattended camcorders producing hours of tape. With DSLRs they have to put a little more thought into what they are actually recording.
I shoot DSLR and also delete footage I won't use. I couldnt do that with tape. So instead of having 4 shots of the front of the brides house, now I only have 1. ;-)
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