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    Default Shorts shot with Panasonic AG-DVX100A

    Hi, I'm very new to DV filmaking but have decided that the Panasonic AG-DVX100A will be my weapon of choice.
    It is my intention to eventually shoot feature films but want to get my feet wet producing short films.
    My question is: Does anyone know of any links to free Dv shorts (Pref. Shot with the DVX100a) that are available for download. I just want to have some idea of the standard and techniques used by up and coming filmakers... I would be interested in anything/ trailers, shorts, experimental etc
    I apologize if this question has been posted elsewhere.
    Thanks in advance,
    Hari Navarro

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    I don't know what cameras were used for filming, but here is a good site.

    http://atomfilms.shockwave.com/af/home/

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    thanks a lot. Very interesting site, just what I was looking for.
    Regards,
    Hari

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    hey hari, i have a DVX100a

    i have links to skate clips, but nothing that is a short right now. im currently making a short film that will be shot in 24fps, itll be up by mid june. right now it is in the storyboard stages, but it will be tight. if you still want the skate clips in 24fps, go here.

    www.gwentheveg.digital-director.com

    there is 4 videos on there think, the two chillin sessios were shot in 24fps. also, be sure to get a DVX100a, not just a DVX100...especially if youre going to be doing all film mode--- in the "non A" earlier version of the camera, i guess there are problems with capturing onto your computer, something with the audio syncronizing to the video.

    hollerrr back. i can take some sample shots for you and put em up on here, just gimme a couple days.
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    I guess there are problems with capturing onto your computer, something with the audio syncronizing to the video.
    Yes the original DVX100 was 3 frames off for there first try and then the DVX100a fixed that

    And i have a few things that i know where shot with the DVX100a (not nessisaraly free but google them and maby they will be)
    #1 American top 40 w/ Ryan Seacrest
    #2 WildBoyz
    #3 Mosh (eminem)
    #4 http://www.beastieboys.com/video.php
    #5-139 http://us.imdb.com/SearchTechnical?C...ic%20AG-DVX100
    #140 http://www.deadkidzfilms.com/
    Later,
    Simpson

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