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Peter Rhalter June 2nd, 2007 07:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Terry Lee (Post 690414)
Lighting is something I am keeping in mind as well. This I think will be most difficult. I want the entire program to be naturally lit. Some places that I will be filming will have exceptionally low light and will be hard to film. Which is why I asked what camera will have the best low light capability.

I'm no camera guru, but from what I've seen I don't think any HDV camera will do what you are asking of it in dim natural light. At least, not without adding a lot of digital gain noise to the image. It really sounds like you need someone who knows how to light a scene so it appears to be naturally lit, although it isn't. That's part of why it takes years to learn these skills.

Best wishes,
Peter
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Terry Lee June 4th, 2007 05:50 PM

Everyone,

You have all been great help. I now have a better idea of what I am going to need to pull this off.


Andy - Good luck with filming the reconstruction project. I hope to see the final product.

Cheers,
Terry.


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