DVCAM: A Practical Guide to the Professional System, is a nuts and bolts guide for anyone who wants to learn more about Sony DVCAM, to determine what equipment to use, how various models compare, and how to use each of them. A user-friendly overview of the DVCAM format and its equipment, the text covers camcorders, cameras, tape, VTRs, editors, and accessories. The focus is on quick guides (Jump Start chapters) that show how to use the various Sony DVCAM camcorders: DSR-PD100A, DSR-PD150, DSR-250, DSR-300A, and DSR-500WS. Professionals, film students, independent feature filmmakers, schools, government agencies and military services, and news crews will benefit from its hands-on approach. This comprehensive, hands-on book is an overview of the DVCAM format and its equipment. DVCAM is the professional video standard developed by Sony, based on the consumer DV video format. In the five years since DVCAM was introduced, over 200, 000 cameras and VTRs have been sold, making it the best-selling professional format of all time. A nuts and bolts guide to the DVCAM format and equipmentJump Start chapters provide overviews of various Sony DVCAM camcordersUser-friendly and thoroughly illustratedDXFa801 Viewfinder a#39; Microphone, Instruction Manual a#39; RM-L61 Remote a#39; VCT- U14 tripod adapter (mounting plate) ... DXFa51 5aquot; B/W Viewfinder (Service part A-8274-968-A Required) a#39; LCRa1 Rain Cover; CAC-12 Microphone Holderanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2001|