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#1 maurice schechter

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Posted 18 October 2005 - 01:34 PM

On October 21, for one day at the Tribeca Screening Room in NYC, will be a series of seminars on the JVC HD100 HDV camera to 35mm film. Three vignettes shot with the HD100 will be shown on film, with different shooting styles and looks. JVC will present on the technical aspects of the camera, DUART Film and Video will present on workflow to film, Able Cine Tech will present on different accessories and lens available for the camera.

Space is limited. Event is free. RSVP to penny@ablecine.com.

Any questions on the event, email me at mschechter@duart.com
Duart Film & Video, NYC

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Andy Young with the HD100

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#2 Mike-In-MT

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 08:20 PM

How did it go? Can we see some screen shots? I'm anxious to see what it can do since I'm looking to purchase the HD100.
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#3 tylerhawes

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Posted 27 October 2005 - 01:34 PM

Any L.A. event like this planned?
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#4 Gabriel Diaz

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Posted 22 January 2006 - 11:41 PM

So, what are the conclusions?
which settings are working better for "tape-to-film" HD100 footage?
Is this "filmout" setting recommended? Or should I use the "cine" matrix setting?
Does anyone have any experience blowing up HD100 footage?
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