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#1 willminsky

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Posted 16 October 2006 - 12:38 PM

Hey there,

I'm going to be using the 100U on a short film in November. I haven't used the camera before, but I have shot HDV. I'm just curious if anyone knows some tricks and some advice to help me out and REALLY take advantage of the camera and make things look fantastic. Anywhere I can go look for that info? Someone have some secrets they don't mind sharing?

I've heard about the image banding thing, I'm going to be looking into that. I'll take whatever you know about that too.

I was also curious if anyone knows the lens mount? I'm going to be shooting in some pretty small locations, don't you just love Directors, and I'm thinking about trying to use some still camera lenses if I can match the lens mount. No idea if that's possible, I've just dreamt up the thought. But if I can use some primes to help me out in the small locations that would be fnatastic.

Thanks guys.

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#2 Timothy Brown

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Posted 16 October 2006 - 12:43 PM

Plenty of "experts" here:

http://www.dvinfo.ne...isplay.php?f=98
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