Archive for 'Camera’s'
Posted on 13. Oct, 2011 by admin.
The film, which I was DP on, was actually shot primarily on a Panasonic HPX371, but for this sequence I tried out the 550D just to see how it looked in this particular setting. These are the only stills I have from the 550D and are ungraded apart from the last one. Problems such as moire have not been corrected yet. Done using only the kit (18-55) and zoom (75-300).
“Based on the short story by Frank O’Connor, the story First Confession was chosen because of its reputation as one of Ireland’s most famous short stories and the fact that it has wonderful parts for young actors. All the lead child actors were chosen from Young Irish Film Makers (http://yifm NULL.com) acting programme.
The film stars newcomer Ferdia Roche as Jackie, a young boy, who is due to make his first confession before receiving his first Holy Communion. Jackie fears confessing his terrible sins because they include trying to kill his spiteful sister with a breadknife, and planning to kill his grandmother who walks barefoot around the house and drinks porter. The film follows poor Jackie as he struggles to keep from murdering his enemies, avoid the fires of Hell and cope with the mysteries of a dark confession box!
Other children starring are Andie Snyder as Jackie’s evil big sister Nora and Odhrán O’Shea as Jackie’s best friend Bill. The adult cast will include a number of regular Kilkenny actors in featured roles, as well as professional actors such as Pauline McLynn (Shameless, Father Ted) and Karl Spain, the hilarious Irish comedian, who will play the part of the priest.”
Check out yifm.com for more info.
Posted on 20. Apr, 2011 by admin.
When Kevin Shahinian (http://www NULL.imdb NULL.com/name/nm1347434/) released on his Twitter (http://twitter NULL.com/#!/kevinshahinian) the trailer for his latest film ‘Flawless’ I had to check it out immediately. If you have seen his other works such as City of Lakes (http://vimeo NULL.com/11285405), a fully scripted film combined with the live wedding, then you will be excited by this!
So, rather than me telling you all about it, how about you take a look yourself!
How far would you go to execute the perfect plan?
How far would you go for love?
Ravi thought he had it all figured out. The night of his proposal to Rekha was set to be perfect. When suddenly things take a wild turn – in the most unexpected way at the most inopportune time. Finding the right words is one thing. Proving it with actions is something else entirely. A string of high profile jewelry store heists has kept authorities baffled. A break leads Police to a pair of suspects: two couples, two well-laid plans. For one, the biggest obstacle will come at the worst possible time.
Putting it all on screen posed an entirely new set of challenges. Although action and romance may appear to be an unlikely pairing, we’ve had many unique opportunities to explore the ways genre conventions and narrative fiction can enhance documentary storytelling and were excited to take a leap into the action genre with our latest film, “FLAWLESS.” The all-DSLR, Canon 5D Mark II production spanned four nights in Los Angeles and included the use of a process trailer and Porsche Cayenne with Gemini crane furnished byCameraCarIndustries.com (http://www NULL.cameracarindustries NULL.com/). Amazingly realistic picture vehicles were provided by PictureCarWarehouse.net (http://www NULL.picturecarwarehouse NULL.net/). Shooting a police chase on-location with world class stunt drivers under the supervision of stunt coordinator Gianni Biasetti was one of many highlights, as was staging a full-blown heist of the gorgeousStuartMoore.com (http://www NULL.stuartmoore NULL.com/) in Fashion Island.
Pacific Pictures presents “FLAWLESS”
Starring Ravi Gandhi, Rekha Velisetty, Kavi Ladnier & Roger Narayan
Written & Directed by Kevin Shahinian
Produced by Kevin Shahinian & Snehal Patel
Director of Photography Kevin Shahinian
2nd Unit Director Snehal Patel
Gaffer Tom Myrdahl
Key Grip Jefferson Miller
Sound Recordist Christopher Wilson
Film Editor Kevin Shahinian
Stunt Coordinator Gianni Biasetti
Wardrobe Kristen Anthony
Makeup & Hair Kurumi Uchino
Cameras: Canon 5D Mark II
Canon EOS L-series lenses
Additional equipment furnished by Cinevate.com (http://www NULL.cinevate NULL.com/) & Glidecam.com (http://www NULL.glidecam NULL.com/)
‘Effin wow! I can admit that never in my life would I have imagined a wedding film could look like this. The concept of creating an epic action engagement film like this is fantastic. Well done, and congratulations to Kevin and the team!
Here are some shots from BTS (http://www NULL.pacificpicturesblog NULL.com/blog/flawlessbts/)
Posted on 17. Mar, 2011 by admin.
On the note of old footage, James Miller, a cinematographer, has managed to convert 8mm footage to digital by using a Canon 5D Mark II. He did this by beaming it directly onto the sensor of the 5D. He replaced the bulb on an old projector with LED lights, and used elements from a disassembled lens to focus the light.
Step-by-step walkthrough here (http://vimeo NULL.com/20950590).
It’s a very fascinating process, and if you have handy a 5D and a projector then it will save you an arm and a leg of getting it converted professionally!
(via Planet5D (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/2011/03/easy-conversion-of-your-old-8mm-film-to-digital-with-the-canon-eos-5d-mark-ii/))
Posted on 07. Feb, 2011 by admin.
Today’s a big day for Canon as they announced two new digital SLR’s – the Rebel EOS T3i / 600D / Kiss X5 and the Rebel T3 / 1100D / Kiss X50.
I won’t review what I think yet, but instead give all the info from the Canon PR and thanks to Planet5D.com (http://www NULL.blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com) for this PR.
the Canon PR
*note – I’ve extracted some of the T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) news to put in another post
CANON EMPOWERS THE MASSES TO TAKE BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEO
WITH THE NEW EOS REBEL T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) AND EOS REBEL T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) DIGITAL SLR CAMERAS
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., February 7, 2011 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, today announced the EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) and EOS Rebel T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) Digital SLR Cameras, providing numerous intelligent high-end features at attractive price points. Complementing the award-winning EOS Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i)T2i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) DSLR, the EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2), Canon’s new flagship Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i), offers fun and easy-to-use features for beginning photographers, and the EOS Rebel T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) provides a more attractively priced option for those looking to experience the pleasure of shooting with a DSLR camera. For the young enthusiast learning photography or the adult looking to learn more, Canon’s new Feature Guide instruction will walk Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) users through functions and provide recommendations for various settings, a great hands-on learning tool. Point-and-Shoot users looking to step-up to a DSLR will enjoy the T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2)camera’s Scene Intelligent Auto mode, the most intuitive automatic camera mode available in a Canon Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) camera to date, providing complete scene analysis and optimized settings. One of the most sought-after and requested features for a DSLR camera is now part of the new EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2), Canon’s three-inch Vari-Angle Clear View LCD screen, ideal for properly composing those difficult overhead shots. Comfortable, lightweight and affordable, Canon’s new EOS Rebel T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) is a great camera to welcome users to the world of DSLR photography.
“Everyone today is a photographer, and for those looking to capture stunning images and do more with photography, Canon has introduced the EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) and T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7), offering the right balance of high-end features and easy-to-use guidance at a great price. So regardless of experience level or budget, there is a Canon Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) camera suited to a user’s needs and lifestyle,” stated Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A.
Boasting Canon’s EOS HD video capture, 18-megapixel resolution, a three-inch Vari-Angle Clear View LCD screen, new Scene Intelligent Auto, new Video Snapshot technology and new Feature Guide instruction, the EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) DSLR has plenty of reasons for Mom and Dad to step up to a DSLR. Canon’s new EOS Rebel T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) DSLR camera offers users a small, lightweight interchangeable lens camera with fun options. The Rebel T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) features HD movie capture, 12-megapixel resolution and Canon’s new informative Feature Guide, to help educate and instruct users as they capture great images, along with the inherent speed and low-light image quality of a Canon DSLR camera. Both new Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) models are compatible with Canon’s complete line of more than 60 Canon EF and EF-S lenses.
New EOS Feature Guide
Canon has also included a new EOS Feature Guide on both new Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) cameras with an enhanced Quick Settings Screen that now includes detailed descriptions of camera settings. The EOS Feature Guide is designed to help first-time users and beginning enthusiasts better understand each camera setting with descriptions and guided recommendations for when to utilize certain settings. Along with an explanation of camera settings and modes, the Feature Guide includes easy-to-understand directions of how to use particular settings such as aperture (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/f1m) adjustment in Canon’s Creative Auto mode:New EOS Feature Guide
Basic + Function
Canon helps beginners get more creative with photography by letting even the most entry-level novice make camera adjustments with easy to understand setting options. In automatic shooting modes such as Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Action and Night Scene, Canon users can access a quick menu screen to make adjustments as per the scene’s ambience. When shooting in one of Canon’s “Basic Zones” users can make adjustments as per the scene’s lighting or scene type. An easy-to-read menu lets you select an ambience setting from Vivid, Soft, Warm, Intense, Cool, Brighter, Darker to Monochrome, while a Lighting setting allows users to select from Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten light, Fluorescent light or Sunset.Screenshot example of Canon’s ambience setting adjustment while shooting in the Portrait mode.
Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) Digital SLR Camera
An A+ for Automatic Mode
Canon aims to make everyone a better photographer and has enhanced the capabilities of the Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2)’s automatic mode with new Scene Intelligent Auto technology, re-branding the green mode dial setting with a boxed “A+” design. This new camera setting now takes Picture Style into account as part of the camera’s “Auto” setting. By analyzing faces, colors, brightness, movement, and contrast, the camera will dynamically adjust picture-style parameters to match the subject and control vividness. Previously, the automatic setting on a Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) DSLR adjusted exposure, focus, white balance, and Auto Lighting Optimizer, however on the new Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2), Picture Style Auto is also taken into account as part of the new Scene Intelligent Auto technology. By incorporating this fifth parameter the camera more intelligently analyzes scenes and adjusts settings based on the subject matter being shot. So when the camera is photographing a face it will reproduce more natural skin tones or blue skies for more vivid landscapes, a flashy red car for more saturated color and evening sunsets for more expressive images.
Fun Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) Features
For the first time in a Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) DSLR, the new Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) features a large Vari-Angle three-inch Clear View LCD screen with 1,040,000 dot/VGA resolution plus anti-reflective and smudge-resistant coatings for bright clear viewing from any angle. The large Vari-Angle screen helps compose low-angle or overhead shots whether capturing still images or Full HD video clips. Photographers will enjoy the convenience of capturing an overhead shot of a parade or low-angle shots of their children on the Vari-Angle screen.
Canon’s new EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) DSLR gives creative photographers some fun in-camera tools that enable users to apply Creative Filters to images after they have been shot without altering the original file. Canon’s new Creative Image Filters, familiar to Canon PowerShot and EOS 60D users, help make a great image more dynamic by creating an altered copy of the image through any of Canon’s four artistic filter options:
The Soft Focus effect filter helps dramatize an image and smooth over shiny reflections.
The Grainy Black and White filter can give a different nostalgic perspective to any shot.
Canon’s “Toy Camera” filter deliberately adds vignetting and color shift for a creative option when shooting a colorful scene.
Users can also make a scene appear like a small-scale model, simulating the look from a tilt-shift lens, with Canon’s Miniature Effect filter, great when shooting any scene from a high vantage point.
Each of these filters can be applied to a captured still image in-camera to create a second “filtered” JPEG version, leaving the original JPEG file unaffected.
Another addition to the camera’s Live View function is Canon’s new Aspect Ratio feature whereby the Live View screen can display cropping lines for 1:1, 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratios in addition to the standard 3:2 ratio. These cropping lines make it easier to compose images in Live View, and they can help to expedite printing when using Canon’s supplied Digital Photo Professional software. Custom aspect ratios are also applied to JPEG images captured directly in-camera.
EOS HD Video Specs
The EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) with Full HD video capture at 1920 x 1080 resolution in selectable frame rates of 24p, 25p or 30p will grab the attention of film students and independent filmmakers alike. The Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) incorporates two Canon proprietary technologies for rendering amazing HD video, a DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor and a large APS-C–sized CMOS sensor capturing fine detail and color with an amazing cinematic depth of field. The Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) DSLR allows for three video recording modes – Full HD and HD in a 16:9 aspect ratio and Standard Definition (SD) in a 4:3 aspect ratio, all at selectable frame rates.
EOS HD Video: Ready For A Close-Up
When shooting Full HD video, the Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) digitally provides additional zoom power without sacrificing quality. The new Movie Digital Zoom feature, a first for Canon DSLRs, allows users to achieve 3x to 10x magnification while shooting Full HD video. Unlike standard digital zoom for still images, Movie Digital Zoom crops the video image directly from the CMOS sensor at Full HD resolution to preserve video quality and still provide amazing additional telephoto power beyond just the lens. The Movie Digital Zoom feature is great for those times when the lens isn’t enough to get you in close, but this feature provides the extra boost without a loss in video quality so a child’s smile on stage is just as clear and bright.
EOS Video Snapshot
Canon’s new EOS Video Snapshot feature borrows some innovation from Canon’s VIXIA line of camcorders for capturing, assembling and playing fun-to-watch video clips. EOS Video Snapshot enables users to capture the video highlights of family vacations, parties or milestone events, with the same ease as taking photos. Consumers can now record a series of two-, four- or eight-second video clips automatically. The scenes are assembled by the camera into continuous Video Snapshot Album files for easy playback and can even be further edited in camera or through Canon’s Video Snapshot Task software on a compatible personal computer for added flexibility and fun.
Valuable Additional Features
Along with the adjustable LCD screen, the new EOS Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) DSLR features a class-leading 18-megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, a proprietary DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor, a 9-point Autofocus system and a 63-zone dual-layer metering system. Capable of capturing kids at play or wildlife on the move, the Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) can shoot up to 34 consecutive full resolution JPEG still images or up to 11 consecutive RAW images at speeds up to 3.7-frames-per-second to either SD, SDHC or new extended capacity SDXC memory cards.
The Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) includes an ISO range from 100-6400, allowing it to capture beautiful images without the need for a flash during milestone events such as birthday celebrations, yet it still includes a built-in pop-up flash for those times requiring a little extra light. For the first time on a Rebel (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/aat2i) camera, theT3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) features a built-in Integrated Speedlite Transmitter making it even easier to do multi-flash shoots and provide images with greater ambience. The new Integrated Speedlite settings are now even easier for beginners shooting with multiple flashes.
Pricing and Availability
The Canon EOS T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) Digital SLR camera is scheduled to be delivered to U.S. dealers in the beginning of March, and will be sold in a body-only configuration at an estimated retail price of $799.99. It will also be offered in a kit version with Canon’s new EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens at an estimated retail price of $899.99. It will also be available in a second kit version with Canon’s EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens at an estimated retail price of $1099.00.
New Kit Lenses
Along with these DSLR cameras, Canon is also introducing a new kit lens, the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens, the standard kit lens for both the Rebel T3i (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/id2) kit configuration and the Rebel T3 (http://blog NULL.planet5d NULL.com/xz7) kit configuration.
The new EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens features the wide-angle to mid-range zoom flexibility with the advantage of Canon’s optical lens-shift image stabilization system that yields up to a full four stops of image-shake correction. The version II of this lens includes new IS algorithms to distinguish between normal photographing and when the camera is panning to automatically provide the optimal level of image-shake correction.
Posted on 29. Dec, 2010 by admin.
Ever since I got my 550d I’ve been really interested in doing timelapse’s, especially after watching the works of, say, Philip Bloom and Tom Lowe.
Well two weeks ago, I finally got my 550d Intervalometer (http://www NULL.linkdelight NULL.com/R8A9-LCD-Timer-Remote-for-Canon-EOS-60D-550D-500D-450D-400D NULL.html) in the post! It’s made by Link Delight (http://linkdelight NULL.com) and I must say it arrived very quick! It’s built identically to Canons own intervalometer which costs a hell of a lot more at around $150 where as LinkDelights costs only $19. So it’s a bargain, and you get the same use out of this one that you would out of Canons one.
So I’ll skip to the part where I actually do the timelapse!
I went to Northern Ireland to visit my family for Christmas, and brought all my gear with me hoping to shoot some stuff for the blog. Well, I remembered half way through the visit that I have an intervalometer, which until then I hadn’t used at all, so I searched for it in the bag, popped the 550d on the tripod, stuck on the 18-55 kit lens and went outside to try some timelapse!
When I got back home I transferred the photos over and thought about the best way to merge the files into a timelapse. I used to use Quicktime Pro, by following the Philip Bloom tutorial (http://vimeo NULL.com/7127489) but for some reason this wasn’t working for me…I looked for other ways of creating the timelapse, but I didn’t want to download heaps and heaps of software.
So I tried Sony Vegas. I figured out how to do timelapse on Sony Vegas (which I’ll do a tutorial on soon!) and it worked perfectly. I did the same thing to all four timelapses and edited them together quickly with some music and HERE IT IS:
It’s short, but remember it’s just a test!
Tell me what you think down below in the comments!
Here’s what I hope to be as good as someday!
Posted on 07. Dec, 2010 by admin.
Genius Tramm Hudson, who gave us the original Magic Lantern Firmware (http://magiclantern NULL.wikia NULL.com/wiki/Download_firmware), has released a new version that allows 5D Mark II owners to increase the video bitrate of their DSLR to 76MBps (the default is 38)! It should really make a huge difference on those bloody annoying compression artifacts. Obviously fast cards are needed and the video buffer clearly cannot cope with the high ones but it’s going to be fun to see how far the camera can be pushed…
“High bit rates don’t like a lot of movement in the frame either so a fair bit of work still to be done but it’s a great start”, says Philip Bloom.
This is very much in beta and I haven’t had a chance to try it out myself yet. Here are the details from Tramm:
“If the CF card is not able to keep up, the camera will display a buffer-level bar on the right side of the LCD and stop recording when it hits full. The parameter does not have any effect unless fixed bit rate encoding is selected via mvrFixQScale(int16_t *) (2.0.8 0xff9905d4). The default q-scale is -8 in VBR mode and has a nominal 42 Mbps with the 2.0.8 firmware. The 24p tests were done with the camera on a tripod writing to a Lexar 400x UDMA 16 GB card with all Magic Lantern tasks disabled (no zebras, cropmarks, etc). qscales less than -12 occasionally stopped recording.”
- 24p seems to have less issues than 30p
- Locked-off shots seem less likely to trigger buffer overflows; amount of motion?
- Auto-exposure changes seems to lead to immediate overflows: shoot manual exposure mode
- -14 seems to be the best that can be sustained with the card with all other ML tasks running.
From what I’ve read, the bit rate isn’t really the issue with Canons, but the line skipping which causes the moire and aliasing. Increasing the bit rate is not going to fix this.
Seeing as I don’t currently own a 5D Mark II, it’s obviously something I won’t be able to try out for a while, so if anyone else has tested this or will test it, please give us your opinion on it down below by commenting!
(The firmware can be downloaded from the dev-log (http://groups NULL.google NULL.com/group/ml-devel/browse_thread/thread/0cab1d6c8dd22ee4/50cd5784e6b5b940?pli=1))
I’ll leave you with another quote from Philip Blooms take on this firmware update.
I guarantee you just by going over 50mb/s will not make it acceptable for full BBC HD acquisition!
Posted on 16. Nov, 2010 by admin.
Video Blog Three
So I have two lenses only (as I can’t afford more at the moment), the 18-55 and 75-300. As you can guess, they are both very plastic, cheap, slow lenses so they’re not what you’d want for any professional shoots.
The sole problem I have with them, is that when you zoom in or out, the aperture automatically changes. As of yet, I haven’t found any way to fix this, if there is a way at all. So if you can think of a way, please comment below, or send me an email at ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’.
Posted on 03. Nov, 2010 by admin.
This $20 Shoulder Rig (http://www NULL.amazon NULL.com/gp/product/B0036NMQ7S?ie=UTF8&tag=dslrvideoshooter-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0036NMQ7S) from CowboyStudio’s is perfect for DSLR filmmaking, and at the same time is possibly the cheapest on the market that you can get without DIY work.
Unfortunately I haven’t gotten my hands on one yet, but hopefully will soon enough in the future, so in the mean time check out Caleb Pike’s (http://vimeo NULL.com/16292333) review on it! If any of you have had some experience with this rig then please let me know by emailing me or commenting beneath!
Posted on 15. Oct, 2010 by admin.
For the past few weeks I have been working on a few projects, some of which are films, short films, or episodic shows. I often find myself being either distracted or just plainly unable to concentrate on the work at all.
So I’m gonna put together a few tips on what you can try to do to get your work done faster.
1. Well, first of all, if your writing on your laptop/PC then close any unnecessary programs, e.g Email, MSN, your blog, etc. This will stop you from getting distracted from useless info which could clog up your imagination while writing.
2. If you’re away from your PC, then bring a pen and paper, wherever you go. Whether you’re at work or just getting some lunch in town, you can write down any thoughts or ideas that you get, and by writing these notes down you can come back to them later while writing, and it will most definitely make it easier.
3. Set yourself a deadline. By doing this, you write as much as possible between this time, getting so much more done. But remember to take breaks in between, so you can relax and stay in the ‘mood’.
4. Don’t stay in the same place. Go to a different room every now and again to refresh your thoughts. This really helps, trust me.
5. Take plenty of breaks. If you’re on a deadline, set a time limit to your breaks, and just stop, take a drink, eat something, and go back to your project. However you want to do it.
6. If you’re on your PC, then try putting you program(Final Draft, Word, Celtx) into full screen. This really helps by eliminating all distractions on the screen.
7. Close your eyes. Just let all your thoughts run loose, and let them run their course until they disappear. Empty your mind. This will help you concentrate a lot better.
This may or may not have been helpful to you, it all depends on who you are and how you write.
Posted on 15. Oct, 2010 by admin.
Check out crews.tv (http://crews NULL.tv) for the full article with all the info on their AG-AF100 hands-on, more specifically http://crews.tv/blog/2010/10/13/thoughts-on-the-af100/ (http://crews NULL.tv/blog/2010/10/13/thoughts-on-the-af100/)
Comment below with your thoughts.