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post #31 of 41 (permalink) Old 11-29-2011, 04:15 PM
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Except for my DSLR, all my gear is stuff that a pro might have owned like 4-5 years ago. I buy many of my electronics used in order to save money.

You don't need expensive stuff. Just stuff that works properly.
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That crappy ikea table cost me 50 bucks! lol
o lol didn't even realize that was ur name next to that sick ass setup. makes sense though. i swear ive watched ur 10/11 edit like 10 times already.

this friggin PA weather is killingggg meeeee.

o and is Blue ur home mountain? i'm right outside of philly so its like an hour and a half for me to Blue. we end up at Camelback more though camel carddd

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How do you guys get your gear down the Mountain? I use a backup but am afraid that one day I will smash my own gear.
I recommend the FStop Loka or Tilopa BC depending on how much gear you need. I'm using a Burton Zoom 28L for now but I ordered the Loka a few days ago.

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Macbook Pro 2.53 Core i5 Dual Core
8GB Ram
500GB 5400RPM OS drive (upgrading to SSD soon)
750GB 7200RPM scratch drive in Optical Bay
2 x 1TB OWC RAID 0 External Firewire
Final Cut Pro X/Motion 5

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Canon 7D
Canon 70-200 f/2.8
Tamron 17-50 f/2.8 Non VC
Pentax 50 f/1.4
Olympus Zuiko 28mm f/3.5
Canon 50mm f/1.8
Rokinon 8mm f/3.5
Induro CT-114 Tripod
Mafrotto 701HDV Fluid Head
Zoom H1
Audio-Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier mic
32GB, 8GB, 4GB various CF cards
2x Yongnuo 460II, 1x Yongnuo 468 flash
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Dont do much editing just using lightroom to mess with the colors somewhat to get it right where i want it.

Nikon D5000
nikon 35mm prime f1.8
nikon 10-24mm f3.5-4.5
sigma 100-300mm f4
plus my stock 18-55mm nikon

got a contour hd with a goggles mount.

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My setup:

sony handycam hdr-cx110
- Opteka fisheye, opteka x-grip handle, and sometimes the opteka l.e.d.
Acer aspire 15.6"
- Windows live movie maker

I love my camera set up, it provides great quality, it is compact, and its is realtively inexpensive compared to a lot of other cameras. I also really like using windows live movie maker as well, mainly because of its simplicity. I tried using sony vegas, but it is really confusing.

heres a little edit to show the camera quality

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kvddh...1&feature=plcp
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Cameras as of now -

-Sony HDR-FX7-
Opteka Fisheye Converter

-Panasonic GH1-
45-200 Lumix Lens

-Panasonic GH2-
Rokinon 8mm Fisheye Lens

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FCPX
Photoshop CS5

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FCPX
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hey everyone, im in the market for a good prosumer camcorder for filming . Looking at the Sony FX1 (NOT 1000)- i will only purchase 3CCD because CMOS sensors are wavy as **** in high motion. are there any other cameras in this genre or category that you would suggest? thank you budget is around $2000, buying used .
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my setup with FCPX

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some sick setups in here, wow! How do you like the 7D op? wanting to get a DSLR soon, wondering if the 7d will suffice or if i should chuck out more for a 5d mkii..

currently just editing on my 3 year old macbook pro with fcp 7. have a 22" samsung monitor on the side, that's about it. shooting on hero 1 and hero 2. i've got a sony v1u but i barely use it, no 60 fps.. haha
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some sick setups in here, wow! How do you like the 7D op? wanting to get a DSLR soon, wondering if the 7d will suffice or if i should chuck out more for a 5d mkii..

currently just editing on my 3 year old macbook pro with fcp 7. have a 22" samsung monitor on the side, that's about it. shooting on hero 1 and hero 2. i've got a sony v1u but i barely use it, no 60 fps.. haha
I definitely love the 7D. I've got a Panasonic Lumix GH2 now as well. Both are incredible cameras, but I think I actually favor the GH2 now :P

As for the 7D vs 5DII debate, that's completely dependent on what you want to spend and what your needs are. If you're just planning on filming sports, etc, the 7D is probably the way to go. If you plan to film more cinematic type stuff, the 5D will probably suit you better as it has a much larger full frame sensor. It's also a lot more expensive, and in order to really notice the difference between the 7D and 5DII you'll need to shell out a lot of money for good glass!
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