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Marbles McFlame
Reality TV Production
on Mar 27, 2007 at 5:48:13 am


A client of mine wants to shoot a pilot for a Reality TV show. I have a couple of questions regarding camera setups. We want to inter splice footage in the field (shot by a professional HD crew) with footage that does not necessarily need to be manned.

We have 4 (possibly more) setups we'd like to do and I was wondering if anyone had any ideas or if there are any leads.

We'd like to have a camera setup in his Mercedes (possibly multiple cameras)
A setup in his office (possibly multiple cameras)
A setup in the common areas of his house (possibly multiple cameras)
And his Spa/Pool area (Possibly Multiple Cameras)

I have looked around (sorta) and have found some smaller cameras we could mount but are these fed to a deck? What do they record to?

The majority of the footage will be manned HD but we'd like to set these cameras up as backups semi-constant recorders. I am guessing that we are looking for DV quality footage. (but any suggestions will do)

Does anyone have any info on this type of setup(s)?

I am new to this forum so If I am posting in the wrong area any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance for all of your help.

Marbles


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