6. Panasonic AG-DVX100
7. Sony Z7
I read on wikipedia dat danny boyle used the 6th one to shoot some scenes in 28 days later. Also tell me something about frame rates and audio capture speeds. i guess they are different for different formats. and hence can cause problems.anything you can tell me will be of great help. thank you.
Hmmm, first I've heard of a DVX being used for 28 days. My understanding was that the whole thing was shot on the canon XL1s. A PAL model as the video was shot in the UK. (so it would be 25fps and a bit easier to transfer to film) I imagine such a camera was even lower resolution than the DVX100, although apparenlty they used high end cine lenses with the XL1s which may have helped.
Inland Empire was shot on the PD150 so David is right, if you wanted to you could shoot on any old dv camera you like and blow it up to 35mm. Of course people rarely do this as it is mind blowingly expensive.
Edited by Freya Black, 29 June 2009 - 01:26 PM.