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VX2000, anybody have clips?
i'd like to see some clips from this cam. show them to me for download or post them here
how much money do u have to spend on a cam, and are u looking to buy one?
^im going to maybe buy one off ebay
personally i think that cameras should be bought new, or at least from a shop where you can play around with them first, to get to know it better...i've just started thinking this after my whatever ebay thread, but yup
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well the reason i ask is because if you have a higher budget you should go for something better cause im not very pleased with its image to be honest
watch LoveHate. it is the reason i'm not sold on HD.
thats cause most people who buy a vx just use auto settings all the time or dont know what they are doing.
quick questions for vx2k owners.
1. is the CP button on the back of thew handle like the vx2100
2. is the viewfinder accurate to what you see on a tv or computer screen? and how do you calibrate it so it is accurate?
3. How much did you pay for your vx?
2.) The viewfinder comes from the factory properly calibrated. If it doesn't look the same way on your TV or computer that it looked on your VF, you need to calibrate those items.
3.) I don't have one (I've got a VX21), but expect to pay around $1,500 for one on eBay.
How other people's footage looks should be the one of your lowest concerns. Knowing the reputation of the VX series, you should be more concerned about being able to fully use the camera and being able to correctly set all the settings on the camera. If you can correctly set all those variables, you can get whatever look you want in a post production program using color correction and adjust various aspects of the picture.
true i guess, but its still more of a skating image, sharp, you cant achieve any fps looks
im sure you could get a decent film look in post. at least on par wwith the gl2s frame mode.
if you want it to be sharp you can set it up that way, if you want it to be softer you can set it up that way too, i have the sharpness all the way down on mine under cp, and i do a little more in post, and it looks awesome.
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