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which camera for the best film look ?


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#1 Danielito

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 11:48 AM

Hi guys,

Me and some friends are looking to buy a film camera as we want to make a film with a real film look. Is the HVX200 or DVX100 good for that or is any other film camera better to go for it in the same price range? What about the Canon XL2 and the Sony HVR-A1e? Which camera can you consider as good to work with for realizing a film for 24p?

Thanks a lot!
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#2 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 11:49 AM

Hi guys,

Me and some friends are looking to buy a film camera as we want to make a film with a real film look. Is the HVX200 or DVX100 good for that or is any other film camera better to go for it in the same price range? What about the Canon XL2 and the Sony HVR-A1e? Which camera can you consider as good to work with for realizing a film for 24p?

Thanks a lot!
Danielito


Don't cross post. Which category do you want this question to be answered in?
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#3 Rick Palidwor

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Posted 10 August 2006 - 10:37 AM

Hi guys,

Me and some friends are looking to buy a film camera as we want to make a film with a real film look. Is the HVX200 or DVX100 good for that or is any other film camera better to go for it in the same price range? What about the Canon XL2 and the Sony HVR-A1e? Which camera can you consider as good to work with for realizing a film for 24p?

Thanks a lot!
Danielito


All the cameras you mention are "video cameras". I don't mean to state the obvious but the best camera for a "film look" is going to be a "film camera".

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#4 ReneH

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Posted 14 August 2006 - 12:37 AM

All the cameras you mention are "video cameras". I don't mean to state the obvious but the best camera for a "film look" is going to be a "film camera".

Rick


Buy the DVX100A, its as close to film as your gonna get without getting a film camera.
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