[quote= Anyway, had a question for you. Do you see much interest in 3D for weddings yet?[/QUOTE]
So you think an F65 is to much for a wedding
I guess any camera that requires a team of people to make it work would probably be considered intrusive during a ceremony.
We were quite happy with our last batch of HDV cameras. We were using Z7U's and FX-1000's, but then we were bitten by the DSLR bug and made the switch.
We have had two brides ask us about 3D. I told them that the technology wasn't there. The JVC was the only one that I was aware of that would allow you to edit/convert the MVC files and generally edited well. I have heard that Edius is looking pretty good, but I don't know many people that use it. I have also heard good things about Sony Vegas, but it seems like they might make it work with their cameras first and then branch out.
Back to the bride, one of them is getting married late next year and I told her that depending on what happens in the 3D world, it might be possible. We would probably just bring an extra shooter to float around with the camera gathering footage for a 3D only highlight reel. Whether or not people use it, I think 3D is here to stay. I'm sure in the next few years it will just be bundled into the TV's and people won't think about it anymore.
My JVC tech was able to look at one of my clips today and I'm waiting for a response. I don't plan on making another purchase until after NAB. I also have two small children with another on the way. I thought 3D footage of them would be fun to start collecting now. I'll keep everyone updated on what JVC says.