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  1. Saw this on the Cinema EOS website under events.........maybe we'll see the C100 Mark III, C700, or XC-15.......hope so after the rather disappointing 5D Mark IV announcement... http://www.learn.usa.canon.com/events_calendar/event_details/cll_events/hollywood/20160830_hollywood_openhouse.shtml
  2. Thank you all for your help and advice! As I said, this was my first time and I borrowed the equipment as I had no budget. The film is a short interview with my 94 year old grandmother mixed with B-roll of her house interior and some close-ups of her. She has unfortunately taken a turn for the worse health-wise, so I cannot re-record any audio. I will try all of your advice and see what works best. And believe me - I definitely learned my "Audio Lesson" and will only use a camera in the future that has a headphone jack! GH2sound - Thank you for your offer - if I hit another wall - I'l
  3. Hello All, Just finished shooting and editing my first short film. I am using Premiere Pro CC to edit and having an issue with my audio clips. They all have some hiss and a low hum that I think was coming from a refrigerator. I used a Canon 70D and a Sennheiser MKE-400 for this project - and unfortunately I could not monitor my audio. First I tried the Denoiser effect in Premiere - that got rid of the hiss but not the hum. Then I edited the clip in Audition. Tried "Capture the Noise Print" and Noise Reduction Process - and that helped but there were some audible artifacts, an
  4. I work at a professional, independent camera store in the US. We were primarily a still camera shop, until the last 10 years or so when decent video became available on DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Most of our customers are still photographers who occasionally shoot video - and I gotta tell you all - they don't give a rat's ass about 4k and video specs. Most of these people are just shooting videos for the web for their still clients, or they are still journalists who have to shoot video now, etc. The Nikon, Canon and Sony reps that come in here are very aware of this and I believe that t
  5. Could not agree with your 80D conclusions/article more Andrew. Sony is just killing it right now, and I cannot understand why Canon appears to not give a shit. I've heard rumors about an expansion of their Cinema line, guess we will have to see. By the way, can't wait to see your footage from the Bowie-Berlin memorial you shot with your FS5 - the stills looked very cool.
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