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#1 ihaveanewname

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Posted 01 July 2007 - 11:24 PM

Hi,
I'm thinking I need to switch from using film to some sort of more economical video. I love film, but for low budget productions it just seems so much more practical to go with video an a 35mm adapter (such as a redrockmicro M2. I don't know much about it, are there better ones?)

Does anyone have any suggestions to making film work on a low budget, or any other tips in this area?

Incidentally, here's the address to my ebay auction:


http://cgi.ebay.com/...em=270140585773

thanks!

Josh
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#2 Kenny N Suleimanagich

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Posted 02 July 2007 - 12:58 AM

First of all, you need to make your display name your first and last name, as you agreed to when you joined the forum. You can do so in the "My Controls" section of your profile. Secondly, this is not a section to discuss what video camera you should get, this is the 16MM ONLY section, do not spam it with such a topic that talks about new ways to move on from 16mm. LASTLY, do NOT try to sell your equipment here, please post it on the "Classified" section of the forum.



THANK YOU.
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