• How do people make movies, music video, dance video. In different angles?

    Best answer: Almost all Hollywood movies are shot with a single camera. the only exception is the Big Production Number where a second or third camera is used so everything is captured in one take. the most common way to use a single camera for a dance routine is to perform the same dance several times. after each take, the... show more
    Best answer: Almost all Hollywood movies are shot with a single camera. the only exception is the Big Production Number where a second or third camera is used so everything is captured in one take. the most common way to use a single camera for a dance routine is to perform the same dance several times. after each take, the camera position is moved. one big advantage of doing it this way is the director never has to worry about a camera being seen in a shot (unless there is a mirror). another advantage is the producer only has to rent one camera which keeps the budget down. (yes Hollywood rents cameras from Panavision they don't buy them).

    after the shooting is done, then it goes to the film editor to splice together the sequence for the movie. a lot of stuff ends up on the cutting room floor.
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • Can I use any micro SD card for my GoPro hero 5?

    Best answer: i would avoid getting any SD card directly from Asian vendors, China produces a lot of fake cards that seem to get past customs. a fake card is one that has all the markings and packaging of a brand name but is an inferior imitation that is only class 2 or 4 speed. buy from a reliable local vendor. almost all... show more
    Best answer: i would avoid getting any SD card directly from Asian vendors, China produces a lot of fake cards that seem to get past customs. a fake card is one that has all the markings and packaging of a brand name but is an inferior imitation that is only class 2 or 4 speed. buy from a reliable local vendor. almost all video works best using a class 10 or higher card, class 6 will work but may hiccup at the fastest data rates required for HD video
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • My friend is selling a 43mm fisheye, and my sony vx2000 is 58mm, will this fit my sony vx? do I need a step down ring or an adapter?

    Best answer: no.what you need to buy is called an adapter, as your camcorder has a non removable lens. you can fit any adapter thats 58mm .
    Best answer: no.what you need to buy is called an adapter, as your camcorder has a non removable lens. you can fit any adapter thats 58mm .
    5 answers · 3 months ago
  • Can I put micorophone on the camcorder together? The original sony fs7 has no place to connect this?

    Best answer: yes I think you can make it but not by the original camcorder, by a plate installed on it.
    Best answer: yes I think you can make it but not by the original camcorder, by a plate installed on it.
    5 answers · 3 months ago
  • What cheap camcorders with microphone 3.5mm inputs are out there?

    Best answer: The least expensive camcorders with a mic jack (that are even worth a look) are in the Canon HF R-series... like the HF R800 https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/products/details/camcorders/consumer/vixia/vixia-hf-r800 dSLRs under about $1,500 are not designed for video capture - their designed for... show more
    Best answer: The least expensive camcorders with a mic jack (that are even worth a look) are in the Canon HF R-series... like the HF R800
    https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/porta...
    dSLRs under about $1,500 are not designed for video capture - their designed for still image capture and happen to get video as a secondary "convenience feature". There a some from about $1,500 to about $2,000 that do.

    A professional "news reporter" will typically use something like
    https://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/cat-broadc...
    This starts in the $60k range depending on the options you get.

    I use https://pro.sony.com/bbsc/ssr/cat-broadc...
    but I don't do ENG (Electronic News Gathering).
    3 answers · 4 months ago
  • What Camera Can Shoot Video Continuously for 2 hours?

    I'm shooting my first wedding video and I need some advice on what type of camera to use for the reception since both of mine have a recording limit of 29 minutes!?
    I'm shooting my first wedding video and I need some advice on what type of camera to use for the reception since both of mine have a recording limit of 29 minutes!?
    7 answers · 4 months ago
  • If you had to choose, would you rather know how you're going to die or where?

    Best answer: I think where would be less scary to know. The how might give me nightmares.
    Best answer: I think where would be less scary to know. The how might give me nightmares.
    7 answers · 4 months ago
  • My video camera (VHSC) is making a very loud sound?

    Best answer: the probably reason is because your camera has some problems, and check if the tape is a litte dirty
    Best answer: the probably reason is because your camera has some problems, and check if the tape is a litte dirty
    5 answers · 4 months ago
  • How can a person that does NOT have internet get paper telephone directory.?

    How can a person that does NOT have internet get paper telephone directory. (# year old woman does NOT use computer wants to lookup number of friend. Repeat NO ACCESS to internet?
    How can a person that does NOT have internet get paper telephone directory. (# year old woman does NOT use computer wants to lookup number of friend. Repeat NO ACCESS to internet?
    6 answers · 4 months ago
  • The same series of events occurred twice on my single 8mm video tape, but from different angles, and we don't know how.?

    My family films a lot of home videos on 8mm video tapes. On one of the tapes that we own (from 1997), the same series of events happens twice, from different angles, with only a few minutes of other material in between. We are fairly certain that one of the angles was taken by our dad, and the other seems to have... show more
    My family films a lot of home videos on 8mm video tapes. On one of the tapes that we own (from 1997), the same series of events happens twice, from different angles, with only a few minutes of other material in between. We are fairly certain that one of the angles was taken by our dad, and the other seems to have been taken by our grandpa, who also has a video recorder that uses 8mm video tapes. We were wondering how this is possible to be on the same tape? We are positive that it is the same series of events (with the visual and audio being precisely the same). Is there some way to transfer video between tapes? The only way we could think of this being possible is by cutting the tape itself and putting it together on the same reel. Any theories are welcome! *Insert 'Twilight Zone' theme*
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • Is a 1280 x 720 hd video camera good?

    Best answer: Maybe. 720p is considered "high definition" but it is the lowest resolution of high definition. If the compression is low, lighting is good, a steadying device is used, audio is good and editing is good, then the final product could be great. Someone with no experience will capture awful video even... show more
    Best answer: Maybe. 720p is considered "high definition" but it is the lowest resolution of high definition.

    If the compression is low, lighting is good, a steadying device is used, audio is good and editing is good, then the final product could be great.

    Someone with no experience will capture awful video even using the most expensive, high resolution equipment... Someone with lots of experience will capture great video using the lowest resolution equipment.

    The camera is only one tool in the kit - and they all need to be compatible and used together...
    8 answers · 4 months ago
  • Can surveillance cameras record video wirelessly?

    Best answer: Short answer: Some can. Long answer: Depends on the security camera. As you point out, even some so-called "wireless security cameras" may need wires - for power. There are several companies now making "wireless security cameras" with batteries (Ring Doorbell, Ring Stick-up Cam, Arlo and... show more
    Best answer: Short answer: Some can.

    Long answer:
    Depends on the security camera.

    As you point out, even some so-called "wireless security cameras" may need wires - for power. There are several companies now making "wireless security cameras" with batteries (Ring Doorbell, Ring Stick-up Cam, Arlo and others). These systems transmit video over wifi to a server somewhere to store the video and audio.

    There are some "covert" security cameras installed in a wall clock or clothes hook that are battery operated and record video to a flash memory card...
    6 answers · 5 months ago