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the best video camera to buy






    video camera
  • A camera that records onto digital or videotape.

  • A camera for recording images on videotape or for transmitting them to a monitor screen

  • A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common in other applications as well.

  • The modern CCTV video camera is available in both monochrome (black and white) and color. Cameras can be set in fixed-positions or placed on 'pan-and-tilt' devices that allow the camera to be moved up, down, left and right.





    buy
  • Pay someone to give up an ownership, interest, or share

  • bribe: make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence; "This judge can be bought"

  • Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery

  • bargain: an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"

  • Obtain in exchange for payment

  • obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; "She buys for the big department store"











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From Still to Motion: A photographer's guide to creating video with your DSLR (Voices That Matter)


From Still to Motion: A photographer's guide to creating video with your DSLR (Voices That Matter)



Book and accompanying DVD with over six hours of video training—all geared to teach you everything about shooting video with your DSLR

With the arrival of high-definition video-enabled DSLR cameras, photographers are faced with an opportunity for creativity and a competitive edge in their field unlike anything they’ve experienced before. Add to that the expanding demands from a video-hungry audience and it’s no longer a matter of if you are going to add video to your repertoire of skills, it’s when.

Here to guide you in a thorough exploration of the video-making process — from preproduction to post — and to ease your transition from still to motion are four veterans who speak the language of both photography and video fluently. With their clear, instructive approach, they quickly get you up to speed on everything from picking your gear, to properly lighting for motion, to using professional-level audio, color correction, and editing techniques, to media management and outputting, and much more. Here are just a few highlights from this richly illustrated, completely interactive book and DVD:

Explores the entire spectrum of video for DSLR camera owners, with recommendations on gear, planning, lighting, lenses, audio, editing, color correcting, exporting, media management, and more.
Covers a wide variety of shooting styles, including indoor, outdoor, studio, portrait, event, and available light.
Addresses technical challenges associated with DSLR video, such as camera movement, multiple camera coverage, low-light videography, and synchronized sound.
Explores additional creative techniques such as stop motion and timelapse photography in depth.
Includes a real-world example of a music video and promo package throughout the book to demonstrate concepts in action, with additional profiles of photography experts in nature, sports, commercial, and weddings and events.
The accompanying DVD contains over 6 hours of video training that delves deeper into each topic, as well as high-definition footage, hands-on project files, and templates to experiment with and follow along.

Share your work and communicate with other readers at www.facebook.com/dslrvideo.










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My First Digital Photo




My First Digital Photo





I just realized something.

I was hanging around in my iPhoto looking at pictures when I noticed the date on this one. It's been almost exactly 5 years since I took my first digital photo. And this is it! This is the first picture I ever took with a digital still camera! Ever!!!

When I was about 14 I became interested in videotaping and editing... parties, events, projects, holidays, music videos, funny short films, etc... I would wire two VCRs together and edit the best I could. I loved the little movies I made. I still have boxes and boxes of the VHS tapes. When I bought my Sony digital video camera back in 2002 I was told that it took STILL PICTURES, ooooooooh. I thought, "This is great! I'll never need another camera again!" After viewing the pictures that my video camera had taken I was like... "Aw man, these look like sh*t!" Soooooo, I begrudgingly bought a Sony Cybershot still camera and the reason why I did was because it used the same battery as my Sony video camera. The camera was 4.2 Megapixels, which was the most ANY camera had. And I had to buy the top of the line. When I got home from the camera shop I took out my camera and shot this somewhat dark and out of focus picture of myself using a mirror that was on the floor.

Today this is one of my favorite photos because it marks a turning point in my life. I was living just outside of Cleveland and bored with my job and thinking about moving to New York City. I just bought an iMac G4, a 20GB iPod, a video camera and a still camera... My digital life was complete. I was ready for some fun.

When I look at this photo, I see a person smiling in a mirror who has no idea what's ahead of him. For that night, the camera was just a new toy, something I might not ever use that much. I mean, I had my video camera so when would I ever pick up my still camera anyway? I've since carried that same still camera around with me for 5 years now. I still use the same 125MB memory stick in it that I got the day I bought it. I'm beside myself when I think of all the pictures that would never have existed if I never brought my camera home that night.

I can't believe it's only been 5 years since I started this crazy digital journey. I look back through my photos and it feels like 20 years. It's been amazing and I can't wait to see what happens next. I hope I'm just getting started. ;-)











To buy or not to buy!




To buy or not to buy!





It appears my last photo got a rather large amount of attention with regards to the EXIF (2 and a half thousand views accumulated in 10 hours, nice!)

Anyway, this is the shnazzy new A77 (photo from sonyalpharumors.com)

Completely torn as to whether its worth saving what could be ?1000 with regards to the up and coming nikon d400 simply because of the EVF in the sony.

Basically, the new sony cameras have an electronic viewfinder compared to an optical one (I love optical viewfinders though :/ )

Now normally Id just straight up wave bye bye to a camera with an EVF, but this camera is just gonna be something else..

24.3 MP Exmor HD CMOS sensor
19 points AF sensor with 11 cross sensors
ISO 100-16000, with expandeable ISO 50 and 25600 options
1920 x 1080 60p/24p AVCHD 2.0
P/A/S/M manual controls while recording video
1200 zone metering
Completely new developed Bionz processor
12 fps
1/8000 shutter speed
50ms minimum release time lag
electronic first shutter curtain
TrueBlack 921k 3-way tilt LCD
3 million dot OLED viewfinder
Smart teleconverter function with 1.4x and 2.0x option
Built-in flash
Built-in GPS
Battery life with over over 500 shots
Magnesium alloy body
Dust and Moisture proof
Multi Frame NR
Body only will be priced at around ?700!!
Body + 16-50mm f/2.8 SSM Kit will be priced around ?1000!

So so so so tempting, once I get a job all will become clear to me hopefully xD










the best video camera to buy








the best video camera to buy




Acting for the Camera: Revised Edition






Culled from Tony Barr's 40 years' experience as a performer, director and acting teacher in Hollywood, this highly praised handbook provides readers with the practical knowledge they need when performing in front of the camera. This updated edition includes plenty of new exercises for honing on-camera skills; additional chapters on imagination and movement; and fresh material on character development, monologues, visual focus, playing comedy and working with directors. Inside tips on the studio system and acting guilds make it particularly helpful for people new to the business, and numerous anecdotes from actors such as Morgan Freeman and Anthony Hopkins and examples from current movies illustrate its many lessons. It is perfect for acting classes, workshops, all actors who work in front of the camera -- and all those who want to.










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