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post #1 of 4 Old 01-17-2012, 06:32 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello all, I am inquiring about the hxr mc2000u tweeking possibilies. The camera does have a frame rate ie 24 fps. I was wondering if anyone knows how I could possibly set the menu to achieve a cinema look with the camera or with Pinnacle Studio HD. Thank you.
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It does not have 24p. It says 1080i and 480i. Probably not very good in low-light, as it only has one 1/4CMOS chip. If you want to shoot video that looks like film, this is not the camera to buy.
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I have a read one Sony and with the same intention, i wnt shoot fot film. im looking trought the net about info how to put her to shoot in 24frames. Until now i make the change with the Premiere cs6. i shooting in 50 to dont loose the defiition of the moviments of the actors, thann after into the Premiere open one project with 24f configuration. but i think that we gonna found one way to shoot directly in 24 frames could be ideal. if somebody have some information, please lat us know! thanks!
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What specifications? We don't need no stinkin' specifications.
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