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Re: What gel to use?
by Dennis Size 6 years ago
To add to what Rick said, some fluoros (the KINO Diva for example), sometimes have a tendency to be a little "pink". I find myself often using an 1 8 Plusgreen to correct. Rosco also makes a wonderful
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Re: KinoFlo setup suggestions (+ HMI background light?)
by Todd Terry 6 years ago
Divas are certainly great keylights, especially for interview and talking head setups where you don't have to put the instrument far away from the talent. Highly recommended. I never use flos for back
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Re: KinoFlo setup suggestions (+ HMI background light?)
by Craig Alan 5 years ago
For one person shots, I often find that one 401 diva and one low watt fresnel does the trick. I have quite a few of the kino flos in the studio but I find that I often turn off the fill light if light
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Sony FS700 info
by Eli Kabillio 7 years ago
Spent a few hours with my two new Sony FS700s today, each recording to a Pix240 and below are some observations - some specific to the Pix and others general camera info: 1. FS700, out of the box, by
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Danny Grizzle liked this 7 years ago
Re: DSLR slider
by Paul Kagawa 8 years ago
Check out the Cinemover, garage-built by JG Pasterjak out of skate wheels and all-thread rods and available for under $89. http: moveyourcameracheap.blogspot.com You provide your own track which can b
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New Sony Cameras - NEX 5N/7...?
by John Dixon 8 years ago
Hi, I am wondering if anyone here has any insight into the new Sony cameras - the NEX 5N and the NEX 7 I'm also looking for a lower cost camera and am excited by the capabilities I've read about so fa
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Steady shots 13' above ground with boom pole and HX9V
by Thomas Vecsei 8 years ago
If you want to shoot "aerials" at low level (10 to 15 feet or so above ground) you probably won't need a hexa octocopter or crane. Grab a boom pole and attach a Sony HX9V. This cam features a great op
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Re: Low Budget Mics for DSLR Camera Audio
by Noah Kadner 8 years ago
Yeah I'm sure it's decent enough and better than the built-in camera mic if for no other reason than you can get it closer. But once you try out really good lav mics and hear not only their sound qual
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