DV FILMMAKING! *SOMEONE HELP ME*greenspun.com : LUSENET : Shooting DV Films : One Thread
hi I'm going to be doing a movie in DV and I think I've found the camrea I want to use, but I heard it runs for about $5,000. And i'm looking for about 2 of them and I really want to buy it used (if I can) but the model is SONY DVW-790SW. Has anyone heard of it or even seen it? How does it work and look? Would I be using the right thing to make my movie?
I'm also looking for a CHEAP (and I mean CHEAP) steadicam, used if it's posibble. I'm getting funding for my movie now, but right now we're trying to get between $50,000 to $100,000 to make the movie. PLeae help me out!!!
-- Kerry M. (Wishmster4@aol..com), July 06, 1999
July 14, 1999
I recently read about your production on dvfilmmaker.com. For the past two years, Digital Media has been providing free postproduction to low and medium budget filmmakers from around the world via the Filmcamp program. I am writing to give you more information about this unique program.
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-- wendy gregory (email@example.com), July 14, 1999.