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If anyone is still looking for a similar setup that won't break the bank, I'd go with a laptop mounted cam - I have a Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 which can be mounted on a tripod, too. The quality is amazing for the price (under $80), and I've used it to record lectures, demonstrations, as well as for recording and live streaming of some pretty unruly comedy ...


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Yes, many big budget features are "still" shot all or partially on film. Here's a list of a number of movies shot on film for 2014: Reasons vary, but many consider film to have a particular reality or consider themselves purists and apprecate the sublties they believe analog film can offer. Here is an interesting article on why Star Wars: Force Awakens ...


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Getting good, bright lights that can evenly illuminate a green screen is half the battle. The other half is using a camera that will give you a clean key by not blending together too many pixels in its macroblocks. Many low-end camcorders use 4:2:0 chroma sampling, which means the border between your key and your subject is going to be at least two pixels ...



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