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Old March 21st, 2014, 05:32 PM   #16
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Re: Stage Events - starting over

Geoffrey, what is your budget? This is the most important piece of information when you are looking at purchasing a new setup.

Tell us how much you want to spend on the entire upgrade and we can help from there.

Regarding focus, if it is a stage shoot, you really do not need to change focus unless you are in really tight and the subject is moving from upstage to downstage etc... Especially with smaller chipped cameras.

If you do not need HD I would at least get 16:9 cameras to fill up modern televisions.
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