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#1 Matt Workman

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Posted 13 April 2008 - 04:09 PM

Well, I'm still very interested in the D20/21. The optical viewfinder, shutter, and 35mm sensor still make it a system I'd look to on a bigger budget shoot. Packages w/ Primes/Zooms are still around $5-6k I believe from CSC.

Haven't heard much about it being tether free, like the F23 with the deck on the back like a mag.

Anyway, here are a few more videos shot with the D20.

Janet Jackson - Dir. Joseph Kahn


Dude N Nem - Dir. Morocco


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#2 Jamie Metzger

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Posted 30 May 2008 - 02:43 AM

Well, I'm still very interested in the D20/21. The optical viewfinder, shutter, and 35mm sensor still make it a system I'd look to on a bigger budget shoot. Packages w/ Primes/Zooms are still around $5-6k I believe from CSC.

Haven't heard much about it being tether free, like the F23 with the deck on the back like a mag.

Anyway, here are a few more videos shot with the D20.

Janet Jackson - Dir. Joseph Kahn


Dude N Nem - Dir. Morocco


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It is such a bummer to watch D20 footage on youtube.
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#3 Timo Klages

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Posted 30 May 2008 - 02:53 AM

It is such a bummer to watch D20 footage on youtube.


yes, you´re right on that. what would someone expect to see on such a tiny, hard-compressed video?
if someone is interested, at the "Medianight" from the Hochschule der Medien (HdM) Stuttgart, Germany on the 26th of June, there will be the premiere of a music video shot completely on the D20 with a lot of virtual set and particle simulation from post. will be screened digital on a big screen in HD of course.

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#4 David Regan

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Posted 03 June 2008 - 09:39 PM

[quote name='Matt Workman' date='Apr 13 2008, 05:09 PM' post='227051']

Haven't heard much about it being tether free, like the F23 with the deck on the back like a mag.

Just got to play :) Doesn't have to be tethered, it record's too a large deck like you mention (They used a Sony deck in the demo) via HD-SDI out. However it can record to on-board HD recorder.

To quote the provided spec. sheet.

"HD recording devices supporting HD-SDI our dual link HD-SDI signals fro HD Mode operation. Optional on-board HD recording using solid-state memory record Flash Mag."

I was impressed by everything.
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#5 Timo Klages

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Posted 19 December 2008 - 05:57 AM

Well, I'm still very interested in the D20/21. The optical viewfinder, shutter, and 35mm sensor still make it a system I'd look to on a bigger budget shoot. Packages w/ Primes/Zooms are still around $5-6k I believe from CSC.

Haven't heard much about it being tether free, like the F23 with the deck on the back like a mag.

Anyway, here are a few more videos shot with the D20.

Janet Jackson - Dir. Joseph Kahn


Dude N Nem - Dir. Morocco


Matt


hey Matt,

i haven´t been active here for quite a while but now i finally have some clips on the internet from shots with the D20 (from 2005) and the, well, D20.5 i would say, from early 2008.

the one is in 720p flash format at Vimeo

it was my first time to shoot with 35mm and all that equipment (and i was only one of 3 peopler doing the camera work on that flick...). not really perfect but nice to get into it.

the second one is a music video i was doing some shots for. i am not that impressed by the results from the compositing though...
www.hoehnrausch.de

Greets from Munich,
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