Question by Mario F: Which cameras can I use as a filmmaker and get a Hollywood quality looking movie?
I want to shoot my first real movie next year, but i’m not sure which camera to use so I can get a real, and I mean real, Hollywood quality looking movie. I don’t want it to look like those indie flicks, nor a tv show or tv commercial, and of course don’t want it to look like if was made by a hand held home camcorder.
I was thinking in shooting digital. So I did some research and have been looking at a Panasonic DVX100, a Panasonic HVX200 and a JVC GY HD100.
They don’t give that much cinema quality, so I was thinking in getting a 35mm adapter also. Maybe a Letus35, but much likely a Redrock M2 adapter and attach a 35mm lens.
Which camera you guys think I should use? Or is there another camera that I should take a look at? Don’t mind the cost.
Answer by Ron
I’ll go with the Panasonic HVX200, and the Redrock M2 adapter and attach a 35mm lens.
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