Discussion in 'Fan Films, Fan Audio & SciFi 3D' started by cryptr, Apr 29, 2002.
I use 3 polystyrene cups (plastic won't do), a broken umbrella, a radish, and duct tape
Uh, lets see, there's the carrots - cant forget the carrots...uh, carrots...and...ham.
Yes, carrots and ham.
no, all funnies aside, we use video cameras.
Most of us use digital cameras and then simply capture it onto our pc's.
This is also essential
i figured on the digital camera, i meant what make & model, what do you reccommend
I'm sure they where mearly pointing out the need to phrase your questions correctly in order to elicit the correct response
For my part, I use this camera, and I'm very happy with it's performance.
well im using a Panasonic NV DS-25A
it cost me about $1900 [australian dollar] but it was worth it.... and it has a cool night vision mode.
I need a camera for this?
Nice. Sarcasm from the Admin.
I think you misunderstood the comment Sauja, it was more of a self putdown than sarcasm directed at anyone.
Maybe re-read the comment and see if it makes more sense...
Exactly .... the question was phrased poorly.
if u could call it a question
What are these c-aaa-n--quarters, of wich you speak? I just use my hands shaped like a sqaure with the top off.
I WILL be using the Sony DCR-VX2000
film or a cannon XL1
Is it just me...? I mean, I'm trying to, I'm really trying, so I was wondering if it was just me or everyone here... But I really don't understand Fremen's jokes.
Anyway, I use the Sony TRV-DCR17.
XL1.... hoping to upgrade to XL1-S for next project.
I use the Aaton a-minima super16mm to film my movies.
But for my fan film I'll just use a Sony VX-2000.
<drools> OOooooooh.... pistol grip....
I've been using a digital still camera and making my actors move one frame at a time. Then I assemble the footage in my computer.
*Ok. Not reeeally...*
Tumblemoster, that's how the guys at Two-ness do it. I think they're on to something.
Sorry Daft, I don't see it.
A little uptight, aren't we Sauja?
I thought it was pretty funny.
I currently have a Sony DCR-VX2000 which I'm extremely happy with. I also have a very old Bolex 16mm Camera from the 1930's.