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Kleines Studio mit DSLR?

Small studio with DSLR?



Frage von philbird:
Oktober 2010

Hi,

I'm going to build me a small studio.

first there is only one desk with 2 PC's and a mixing console
Ner Studio software for the cameras.

I know how I can handle the data streams
My question is addressed explicitly to the cameras themselves

I would like to me that the camera via HDMI - Out (without overlays)
provides a Picture. It MUST kamere without Battery (also via network connection)
work and at least 4-6h s.Stück can film (supposed to be relevant to the mirror).

So me no preference whether it would do ne "real" DSLR or ne GH1 example.
Important to me would be to get only at a reasonable price a good picture.

Mfg
Philipp



Antwort von NEEL:

Hi, as far as I am informed is currently providing non-DSLR properly via HDMI. Either the data flow is reduced or you have embedded sequences of letters like "Rec" in the data stream. For what you plan now you will probably need the Panasonic AF 100th



Antwort von Bruno Peter:

Yes ... yes, with the Canon HV30/SonyHC9 does it wonderfully!





Antwort von philbird:

A reduced data stream would also not THE huge problem as long as keep the bit rate is limited.

've Heard that the GH1 HDMI - can out without an overlay, I'm not so sure but synonymous.

Thanks in advance for the Cam Notes.



Antwort von Blackeagle123:

Perhaps there will soon be mini-pumps for VDSLRs?



Antwort von Bernd E.:

"Phil bird" wrote:
... I wish that the camera via HDMI - can shoot out (without overlays) provides a picture ... at least 4-6h s.Stück ...

Since you were served with a camcorder much better, because your needs are exactly the criteria that look at those old DSLRs.

"Phil bird" wrote:
... Have heard that the GH1 HDMI - Out without overlay can, I'm not so sure ... but synonymous

The GH1 can only play via HDMI to my knowledge a previously stored record, and during the recording of this output is dead Maybe it works but with a chopped GH13?



Antwort von gast3:

[Quote = "Bernd E. "]...... Since you'd be served with a camcorder much better, because your needs are exactly the criteria that look at those old DSLRs.


Yes and the smell then burned very synonymous ......

And not live HDMI Gibts synonymous with the GH13.



Antwort von B.DeKid:

EX 1 with 35 mm adapter if you need more bokeh

For Green Screen halt ne Panasonic 4:2:2 or something.

DSLR or bridge cams are not so true.

Take better ne "real" camera ;-)

MfG
B. DeKid




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