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#1 Mark Allen

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Posted 05 May 2006 - 07:48 PM

Here is an odd but practical suggestion. How about a shot logging solution?

Since the camera will be recording to digital files, it would be quite convenient in the post workflow if the shots on the drive/RAM/whatever where prenamed with custom names and takes Whether they be slates numbers or entered names. There will have to be some process whereby the clips are named anyway - what if the user could just enter something like "Carey_Interview_***" and then the *** became 001,002,003 etc. Entered by keytouch, bluetooth, etc.

Just a thought for those with quick turnarounds... and, well, anyone with post production workflow concerns.

It could even go one step further which would be a key to tap which would do an auto split without stopping "tape." - You hit one key, it splits the file and makes the new file the next increment up.


Most of all, i think people just want good depth of field, good resolution, and the best luminance range seen on video yet. The rest is gravy.
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