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#1 Amarjeet Singh Sadal

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Posted 10 January 2007 - 03:46 PM

soon i will be shooting my 3rd and final short as a student. i had been given a budget and am thinking about going hi-def. i need to know a lot about it as in:
> which cam to hire?
> where can i hire cheapest?
> what is the media these cameras record on?
> is it uncompressed 4:4:4?
> whats the difference between a DVCAM and HDV
> whats the difference between a varicamand hvx200

all that and anything else that i need to know. coz i don wanna end up making a fool of myself if midway/post-production we realize we goofed up.

reason i am going for a hi-def over 16mm is that i need freedom in the amount of footage i can shoot.

hope i am right in assuming that.
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#2 Amarjeet Singh Sadal

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Posted 10 January 2007 - 05:05 PM

OHH!!! SORRY PEOPLE DON BOTHER. I FOUND THE HI-DEF SECTION FORUM.
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