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#1 Richard Kelly

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Posted 12 February 2009 - 07:50 PM

A friend of mine got me to shoot a promotional video about the Flash XDR, a solid-state high definition video recorder his company makes. We shot with a PMW-EX1 but recorded into the device through the HD-SDI port at 100mbps LGOP 4:2:2. I like the EX1, but what a difference.
I posted the promo (with permission) on youtube.com. Convergent-Design is going to put it on their site in a much higher quality.

If you shoot HD you may want to check this out.



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#2 Jamie Metzger

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Posted 03 April 2009 - 12:57 AM

A friend of mine got me to shoot a promotional video about the Flash XDR, a solid-state high definition video recorder his company makes. We shot with a PMW-EX1 but recorded into the device through the HD-SDI port at 100mbps LGOP 4:2:2. I like the EX1, but what a difference.
I posted the promo (with permission) on youtube.com. Convergent-Design is going to put it on their site in a much higher quality.

If you shoot HD you may want to check this out.



www.convergent-design.com


That device looks cool, but it does seem awfully big. It's probably not a huge issue if your Data person has a laptop plus HDD's setup anyways.

I've been hearing a bit about this device and I hope I get to work with one. It seems that they though a lot about what people need, on location and on set.

Oh, and if you want more quality out of your uploads, check out www.vimeo.com

Edited by Jamie Metzger, 03 April 2009 - 12:57 AM.

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#3 David Williams

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Posted 03 April 2009 - 02:46 AM

It has a little brother, the NanoFlash, weighs under 1lb and is compact. You lose analogue audio in, 2 CF slots, and uncompressed, compared to the FlashXDR.
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