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Rogelio Salinas April 28th, 2006 09:40 AM

Greg. The best way to decide what camera you would like is to download and check out some of the footage being shot with the different cameras. The guys from Motivity Pictures are continually posting some awesome looking footage for the HVX200, and several other DVinfo members post some incredible looking footage from the XLH1 and the HD100. What I have been doing is saving the footage to a folder and comparing them on and off. This is a huge investment and you want to make sure that you are putting your money into something you truly want. I myself would be blessed to have any one of these three cameras to shoot a motion picture with, but only time and of course money will determine which one will be the most effective and efficient to work with. One last thing. Go HD. The XL2 and DVX100 are great cameras, but for a little more, you can move up to a much higher quality camera. Good luck on your shoot and God bless.

Harry Bromley-Davenport April 28th, 2006 11:59 AM

What a fantastic outpouring of excellent advice.

And, by the way, Gabriel, I hear they got them Kennedy boys.

H.

Nerses Papoyan May 23rd, 2006 05:11 PM

Xl H1 For Brodcast
 
I have XL H1 , and using Premiere Pro 2.0
Have one project TV commercial for Restaurant, to be on Time Warner Cable.

I need to advises what frame rate and I should use in XL H1, and little bit info in what Capture codec I use to capture then be able to give them DVD


Thank you


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