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#1 Yaron Harel

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 11:48 AM

Hi all.
Can anybody can tall me something about those two cameras the Weisscam and the Phantom as hight-speed cameras, is there one better, benefits about media, operating, and so on.
thanks, Yaron Harel.
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#2 Stephen Williams

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 01:09 PM

Hi all.
Can anybody can tall me something about those two cameras the Weisscam and the Phantom as hight-speed cameras, is there one better, benefits about media, operating, and so on.
thanks, Yaron Harel.


Hi,

I shot with a Weisscam HS2 last week, probably the first time I have ever shot on digital & felt the project benefited by doing so! I was in a studio so could control the lighting. We used the HD workflow rather than RAW (as recommended by Weisscam), output was recorded to highly compressed HDCAM, the producer owned a machine!
A search may find my opinion on the Phantom which I tested 2 years ago, & Mitch's comments on my experience.

Stephen
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#3 Yaron Harel

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Posted 26 May 2010 - 02:49 PM

Hello Stephen,
First of all thank you for your reply.
secondly, did the shooting was for commercial perception movie or something else, and another question on what screen the material was projected?
thanks again,
Yaron.

Hi,

I shot with a Weisscam HS2 last week, probably the first time I have ever shot on digital & felt the project benefited by doing so! I was in a studio so could control the lighting. We used the HD workflow rather than RAW (as recommended by Weisscam), output was recorded to highly compressed HDCAM, the producer owned a machine!
A search may find my opinion on the Phantom which I tested 2 years ago, & Mitch's comments on my experience.

Stephen


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