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The Sony HVR-Z1 and HDR-FX1 might be the most elegant camcorders ever designed. Other than the XLR connectors on the Z1, sold by the Broadcast & Professional...

Shoot Review — Sony PDW-530 XDCAM 

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Shoot Review — Panasonic AG-DVC60 

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Shoot Review — Telescript FPS-150-F 

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We tried. The script went out a month before the shoot and the talent said they would memorize it. But once on the set for the shoot, it was clear that...

Shoot Review — Velbon Videomate 500 

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Shoot Review — Canon XL2 

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Until recently, if you shot HD you generally used either the HDCAM or DVCPRO HD formats. Then you used a post suite that had the appropriate playback...

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