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Old July 13th, 2011, 09:03 AM   #16
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Re: Lights for a large wedding reception area

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If you plan on doing a lot of these types of weddings it might be cheaper in the long run to invest in a camera that will give you really good low light performance.

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I also realized that the kind of shots that my clients want will require both HD camcorder and HDSLR. So I will cover the longer shoots with the Sony Z7U and CX700V and cover the closeup, shallow DOF and steadicam shots with a Nikon HDSLR with 1.8 or 2.8 primes (All my still DSLR are Nikon, so I will go with Nikon instead of Canon). That way I can cover all angles at varying situations.
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