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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    when i shoot stuff i use a boom.
    When I shoot stuff, I make a boom.



    (sorry, couldn't resist)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    my set up

    its still undercontruction, more parts are coming in soon, but thats where its at now.. the image quality is amazing.. that mic is just for show for the picture.. when i shoot stuff i use a boom.
    Nice!! What is the monitor?
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    16x9 varizoom tft.

    I need it because the redrock 35mm adapter inverts all images so you need a monitor that can invert them back while you are shooting. Its actually a great set up, i just got a battery for the monitor, so the big ugly cord is no longer on the camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    16x9 varizoom tft.

    I need it because the redrock 35mm adapter inverts all images so you need a monitor that can invert them back while you are shooting. Its actually a great set up, i just got a battery for the monitor, so the big ugly cord is no longer on the camera.
    What is the res on that monitor? D oyou flip the footage back in Final Cut?
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    I am ashamed to say I wouldn't even know how to use most of those toys!

    I have my simple little Acer digi-cam - which I can use - but it is nothing special.



    Oh and I took the pic of my camera with my SonyEricsson k800i which I think is one of the best phones I have ever owned - in fact it is THE best phone I have ever owned - the only feature that was better on something else was the Walkman related stuff of my w800i but the camera on this is great and in the right conditions it can be used to catch some great images!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RNDdave View Post
    I am ashamed to say I wouldn't even know how to use most of those toys!
    Don't Worry! Everyone learns how to use new stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EDIT-XTREEM View Post
    What is the res on that monitor? D oyou flip the footage back in Final Cut?
    The resolution is 1440X240 / 480X240 lines

    Yes you have to flip the image back in final cut. There is no quality loss though, it looks great. I will post a screen shot soon, planning on shooting a short film with it in a couple months as part of a competition in new york.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    16x9 varizoom tft.

    I need it because the redrock 35mm adapter inverts all images so you need a monitor that can invert them back while you are shooting. Its actually a great set up, i just got a battery for the monitor, so the big ugly cord is no longer on the camera.
    Now when you say invert are we talking colors or a mirror image?

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    mirror image.. sorry I should have been more clear.
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    Nice PowerbookG4! How much have you invested in that setup so far? I know the 35mm adapter costs a good left nut or two.
    I have a Panasonic AG-DVX100A, with a Sennheiser MK66 Mic kit. The 35mm adapter is about $10k for my camera. Will try to post up pics once I'm not so lazy to drag out my craptacular still photo camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leecho7 View Post
    Nice PowerbookG4! How much have you invested in that setup so far? I know the 35mm adapter costs a good left nut or two.
    I have a Panasonic AG-DVX100A, with a Sennheiser MK66 Mic kit. The 35mm adapter is about $10k for my camera. Will try to post up pics once I'm not so lazy to drag out my craptacular still photo camera.
    It costs a good amount of money, so far its a little over 10k but before the film festival I am entering it will be a little over 20 (steady cam, jib, a few more lenses, and a firestore drive)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    It costs a good amount of money, so far its a little over 10k but before the film festival I am entering it will be a little over 20 (steady cam, jib, a few more lenses, and a firestore drive)
    You better win with that kind of money going into it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamindaines View Post
    You better win with that kind of money going into it
    Well actually, we have alot more going into it. We have 10 macs which include 5 imacs c2ds a mac pro, a quad g5, a mabook pro, a powerbook, and a macbook. and 2 of those cameras... then the talent we have behind the equipment is unmatched. We are going to create an entire 8 minute movie in less then 48 hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    Well actually, we have alot more going into it. We have 10 macs which include 5 imacs c2ds a mac pro, a quad g5, a mabook pro, a powerbook, and a macbook. and 2 of those cameras... then the talent we have behind the equipment is unmatched. We are going to create an entire 8 minute movie in less then 48 hours.
    Awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamindaines View Post
    Awesome
    Its going to be alot of fun, if you are going to be in the new york area in april or june you should check it out... or if you wan to get a team together in a major city near you let me know, i'll send you the info in a pm.
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