A&P You guys been filming with the newer bodies?

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  1. Scout

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    Like to see what people have been doing :x:
     
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    http://vimeo.com/7586473

    My first and only video with my D90. Shot it the night after I got the camera. I would shoot more but when its 10 degrees out its hard to find people to partake in it.
     
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    I'm pretty impressed by the quality of the d300s video.
     
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    I really want to get into a video able body... Damn it..
     
  7. Scout

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    Have you seen the Canon shot videos? (I haven't).

    I'm just wondering because a buddy asked me whether a Canon or Nikon is a better body to film with. He says he'd use it more for film than stills.
     
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    If I wanted to get a camcorder, I'd get a Canon.
     
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    While I agree with the flaws of the Nikon movies, any serious filmmaker would use a professional camcorder. the article is useless as for short clips, a D300s or a Canon would be enough.

    5 minute max is too short? wow, i never take more than 1 minute at once with the P&S.. i certainly don't need 12 minutes!

    Also, the canon (no clue about the nikon) pauses the video for 1sec when you take a picture while filming, so no wedding photographer could be a videographer at the same time.. if there was no pause, then a photographer could just film and snap pictures at the same time.. would be good for weddings.
     
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    wait till monday for a new canon release
     

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