What’s in your DREAM cinema camera?

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1 thought on “What’s in your DREAM cinema camera?”

  1. I was using the Canon 5D forever. I traded it and still thinking about what kind of Camera I should get. Until then I have actually used my iPhone at tradeshows for short video clips and I am very impressed with the quality. I wonder what kind of Mic I can get to boost the sound quality and what kinds of editing filters are available. I know people are thinking Red, Blackmagic, JVC, Sony but at this point, I am thinking the best camera is the one I have with me at the time I need to shoot something.

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