I have no idea what a tvc is, so probably not.
EDIT: For clarification, I mean to say; (...) To edit the clips without have to synchronize them manually, as this is a huge task in Premiere because I can't zoom in far enough.
Hi Alex. Thanks so much for your comment and insight!
This is a shot from my Panasonic in a very low light situation.
As you can see, there is TONS of disgusting artifacts that make my footage nauseating to look at. All of the research I've found states that DSLRs are much better suited for low light situations, which is what I normally work in.
Every Camera Op I've ever talked to completely shuns the idea of auto-focus, so I just assumed that it's looked down upon in the professional world.
Sorry that it's taken me so long to reply. NFS really needs to get a notification system.
I've never heard of the Tascam DR-40. I used a Zoom on a web series last summer and really liked how simple and effective it was. I love that I can tape it straight to my boom pole and residue doesn't stick to it.
I have an external mic as well as a Zoom H4N external recorder. I assume that's what you mean. I'm going to invest in a lav mic eventually, but I think the camera is going to be my next piece of equipment.
Thanks for your comment!
Awesome! I'll definitely look into the T3I as well as the lenses. Thank you so much!
I would love to put more lights on the stages that I work on, but the lighting directors don't really care about my job because I work for the bands, not for the venues.