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David Roth WeissRe: Need to choose Camera
by on May 6, 2009 at 7:23:58 am

My position is very simple Richard, side by side, it's softer than the other cameras Noah mentioned. So, whether the level of softness is acceptable or unacceptable, that's really a personal call. But anyone buying a $6500 camera should know what the heck they're getting, and if sharp images are meaningful to you and you're hoping to project your finished project, better compare, or you may be disappointed.

[Richard Herd] "I think shooting a doc on spec and deciding on camera for its cinema release qualities is way off-base, if not naive"

I think Dustin is just being frugal, and for all we know, he may be shooting the next Fahrenheit 411 or Supersize Me. And if so, I sure hope Dustin shoots it in focus with a camera that creates crisp images.

David Roth Weiss
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