Intersting Canon cam used for pro video

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    The band was shooting a DVD and I got this shot becase I liked my set up. When i got back and pulled it up I noticed it was a Canon camera in a rig. I'm thinking it looks like a 5D Mark II but if someone knows please post. I thought it was cool seeing it used this way.
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    Also, can someone help me on posting bigger pics :lol: I save on Flickr then copy the image link but they are small.


     
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    Many of the recent weddings I have shot were also filmed by a vidoegrapher using a 5DMKII or a 7D. They do amazing video and I am seeing more and more of them.
     
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    The House season finale was filmed entirely with a Canon 5D MKII and Canon lenses (all fast primes I believe). I was actually talking recently with a videographer buddy of mine about DSLR video and the House episode, and he loves it: "It's an inexpensive way to get that professional 'film' look." Provided of course you use high-quality fast lenses. ;)
     
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    Flickr should have options you can select for the size your uploaded photos are saved at. Photobucket does.
     

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