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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: January 23, 2011, 05:38:03 AM »
Quote from: ReVolVeRage;3220055
I can't tell from the picture, but do you have some sort of shoulder mount as well? Looks heavy as hell, haha. Unless it spends the majority of time on the tripod.

Looks killer though man, you can really see the quality in your videos.

Woah, I just saw your post now. My apologies for answering it almost a year late.

The HVX rig is gone now, I replaced it with a 60D. It was incredibly heavy, bulky, and annoying to shoot with, so it's not missed haha.

There was a shoulder pad for the rails, but the whole thing was so heavy, it did spent most of it's time on a tripod.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: January 21, 2011, 12:20:18 PM »
Haven't posted in this in a while...

A few setup changes, as of now the filming setup is:




Camera
Panasonic HMC150
Canon 60D
Canon 50mm/1.4 AF lens
Canon 17-85mm lens
16x9 72mm fisheye
2x Panasonic VW-VBG6 Batteries
VW-VBG260 Battery
2x LP-E6 Batteries

Audio:
Rode NTG-2 Shotgun Mic
Rode Video Mic
Sennheiser E635-S Handheld Mic
Short 6" XLR cable
Audio Technica 20' 3 pin XLR Cable
Audio Technica 50' 3 pin XLR Cable
Rode Windsock

Other (Not Pictured)

Tarmac Cyberpack 8
Manfrotto 501 HDV head/546-B Legs Tripod
Manfrotto 701 HDV Head/190XB legs Tripod
4x Panasonic 16GB SDHC cards
2x San Disk 8GB SDHC cards
22" Flex Fill
Hoodman 3.5" LCD Hood
Warming Card Set
Various Filters

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: February 07, 2010, 04:58:21 AM »
Time for some shallow DOF stuff. HVX200, Redrock 35mm adaptor, Redrock follow focus, Redrock Rails, Manhattan Monitor, and Nikkor 50mm lens.

I'll get a photo of both the HMC150 and the HVX tomorrow for setup size comparison.

My HMC150 is going to develop some sort of inferiority complex.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: September 23, 2009, 07:45:57 PM »
Quote from: mikemilleruk;3095485
wow that thing is nice.

does the shape of the glass play any role in effect?

like i see how the glass on yours looks flat but on the baby death lens the glass is like a bubble.


The shape of the glass does effect the lens. With the 16x9 fisheyes the concave piece of glass is the inner element, and the outer is flat. Most century lenses either have the outer element concave and the inner flat, or both.

The best part about the lens, is it's almost as wide as my old century lens, but it has absolutely no vignetting. I hate vig..... a lot....

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: September 23, 2009, 07:35:33 PM »
I bought a new fisheye. I was really not happy with my old century lens, so I went with the 16x9 EXII fisheye.



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Quote from: ihateBCS;2998507
sony fx-7

http://www.vimeo.com/4819086


Nice! I'll put that in the examples.

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Quote from: ReVolVeRage;2734801
No pics, I could careless.
DVX100b
Full Senheiser wireless mic system (2 packs, one reciever, 3 mics)
two senheiser shotguns
One sony
Full boom setup
Manfrotto 509 with dolly (EDIT: 3 manfrotto 509's)
Mac with everything
and a full studio... (Edit: full mixer, live switcher, broadcast system, teleprompters, ect...
and a great microwave.


Edit: forgot to mention the three JVC studio cameras, those are pretty fun.


I don't know how I ever missed this post. We're talking about your PERSONAL filming setup, not your schools. If you have an entire production studio in your house, please do post pictures. I would like to see this.

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Updated this, added a couple cameras and more sample footage.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: April 15, 2009, 10:56:20 AM »
Some test footage from the HMC-150 http://vimeo.com/4160641

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: April 09, 2009, 12:48:56 AM »
Haha yeah. We use EX1s and EX3s at school, then going back to my XH A1 made me hate life. I'd take a Panasonic camera over Sony stuff any day though.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: April 09, 2009, 12:13:53 AM »
Sold my XH A1 and bought an HMC-150. So happy to go tapeless.



I'll get some better pictures later.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: December 12, 2008, 09:33:16 PM »
Couple additions to the setup, picked up a Rode NTG-2 mic, Dead cat windshield, and LCD hood.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: November 13, 2008, 11:13:11 PM »
Quote from: Switchblade;2731264
haha, yeah, i meant i bought a mic cover (for like on stage singing and such) and stretched it to fit over the internal mic. 'cause i got it for 2 bucks as apposed to $20-30, i though it was worth a try and it works out fine!


Haha yeah it looks like it would work well.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: November 13, 2008, 10:57:17 PM »
Quote from: Switchblade;2731220
(in actuality, it's a microphone cover!)


Which is called a windscreen in the professional film/audio world.

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Non-riding Photo/Video/Multimedia Forum / Post Your Filming Setup [V1]
« on: November 13, 2008, 08:31:34 PM »
I doubt it would seeing that's just the internal mic, with a windscreen on top of it. A couple cm of foam is not going to get into the shot.

Edit: Keep in mind it's also shooting 16:9 which does not show the entire fisheye lens. With my A1 and death lens, I only have to slide my shotgun mic back slightly to get it out of the shot.

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