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Test Drive: Sony HVR-HD1000U, Part 2 

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Test Drive: Sony HVR-HD1000U, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

I recently had a look at Sony’s new $1,900 HVR-HD1000U single-chip, shoulder-mount camcorder, which I reviewed for Digital Content Producer in the January 2008 issue. That review mostly focused on technical specs and usability. In the first of this two-part series, I’ll lay out some brief background information and describe the operation and quality of the camcorder’s Smooth Slow Motion feature...

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The Morris Microscope  

By Michael Goldman

In 1997, millimeter Senior Contributing Editor D. W. Leitner respectfully accused director Errol Morris of “transgressing the canons of documentary dogma” while writing about Morris’ then-new documentary Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control...

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Mark In 

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Off the Line 

By Trevor Boyer

A typical working day for Kevin Tierney involves standing around on a boat and watching guys fish. Of course, he's watching extremely closely — via the viewfinder of a Panasonic AG-HPX500, ready to press record if the professional angler he's watching gets a bite. (The 5-second prerecord cache on the camcorder certainly comes in handy...

Shoot Review: Sony HVR-HD1000U  

Reviewer: Jan Ozer

Sony's HVR-HD1000U isn't the type of camcorder to woo you with subtle features. You either need a single-chip $1,900 shoulder-mount HDV camcorder with fairly Spartan controls or you don't. You'll probably know instantly if this camcorder is for you. Either way, the target market is likely broader than you think...

Dream Job: The Ocean Red 

By Kristinha M. Anding

The Oceanic Preservation Society shoots Japan’s controversial dolphin slaughter as part of a larger environmental film...

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