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Jul 18, 2012 06:10 |  #9991

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He'll learn one day! lol

you know what - I don't think he will, really nice guy, but he's always asking how I get my photos or saying "blimey you're up early" people seem to expect photos to find them rather than going to find them! :rolleyes:


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Jul 18, 2012 06:37 |  #9992

It's amazing what SLRs can do for video, they are small and portable, and most importantly, CHEAP.

Someone on here once told me (can't remember who) they didn't know why I didn't just buy a video camera, and it's simply the fact that to get a broadcast quality camera, with interchangeable lenses, for less than £12,000 is usually impossible.

It's only with the advent of slrs that affordable cinecams have started appearing.


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Jul 18, 2012 06:41 |  #9993

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It's amazing what SLRs can do for video, they are small and portable, and most importantly, CHEAP.

Someone on here once told me (can't remember who) they didn't know why I didn't just buy a video camera, and it's simply the fact that to get a broadcast quality camera, with interchangeable lenses, for less than £12,000 is usually impossible.

It's only with the advent of slrs that affordable cinecams have started appearing.

it must be a complete god send for budget film makers & students to be able to use broadcast quality kit cheaply & simply - certainly seems to be making a more level playing field!

how's your filming projects going?


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Jul 18, 2012 06:42 |  #9994

Neal wrote in post #14733685 (external link)
It's amazing what SLRs can do for video, they are small and portable, and most importantly, CHEAP.

Cost was the main reason for using HDSLR cameras in the film rather than the "look" it gives. Hopefully the trend will continue and allow us to see more in the way of independant films.


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Jul 18, 2012 06:43 |  #9995

Neal wrote in post #14733685 (external link)
It's amazing what SLRs can do for video, they are small and portable, and most importantly, CHEAP.

Someone on here once told me (can't remember who) they didn't know why I didn't just buy a video camera, and it's simply the fact that to get a broadcast quality camera, with interchangeable lenses, for less than £12,000 is usually impossible.

It's only with the advent of slrs that affordable cinecams have started appearing.

Hence Canon bringing out the 1Dc.


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Jul 18, 2012 07:16 |  #9996

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how's your filming projects going?

Good

Season 2 of the modified car show I've been filming on starts on Sunday


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Jul 18, 2012 07:19 |  #9997

adrian5127 wrote in post #14733047 (external link)
@Dom so what you are saying is I am a grumpy old git ;)

Like me you are not down with the kids any more ;)

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Working at home today. I managed to pick up a nail in one of my tires yesterday on the way to work. Panicked a bit when I saw the flat tire at home time, so pumped it up and crept my way home (got overtaken by so many "lesser mortal" cars - really embarressing). Oddly, it's still fully inflated this morning. Still, I'm glad that it did deflate or I wouldn't have known about it until it went bang.

Really nice, you look a natural pair. So proud of you mate.

Pete but you do have the smug feeling when they do pass you that you don't have anything to prove.


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Jul 18, 2012 07:21 |  #9998

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Ahh, yes a photo - this was one of the first of me & my lad, a photo I'll treasure for a very long time!

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would look cool on the MR2! :cool:


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Jul 18, 2012 07:28 |  #9999

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I watched "Act of Valor" last night on Sky. Not a bad film (great action sequences, the bits in between no so much). But looking it up on imdb, I noticed that it was entirely filmed on 5D MkIIs. Apparently they had a load of them set up with different lenses. Impressive stuff indeed.

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felt_tip_felon wrote in post #14733623 (external link)
I watched this movie (external link) a while ago and was similarly impressed at large portions filmed on a 5D mkII, most notably some chase sequences through heavily wooded areas - there is no noticeable difference and I guess an DSLR is highly portable for this type of filming - does make me feel bad that mine isn't making Hollywood films :)

I've seen both of those films but didn't know either were film on 5Ds, Act of Valor I thought was so so A Lonely Place to Die I thought was quite good.


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Jul 18, 2012 07:29 |  #10000

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