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By Karl Bardosh

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With the provision and affordability of electronic movie-making apparatus, it’s now more uncomplicated than ever for aspiring filmmakers to create the good motion picture they’ve constantly desired to make. From info on developing mini-films on a PDA to creating low-priced, full-length electronic videos, The whole Idiot’s Guide® to electronic Video presents all of the details you must flip your proposal into reality.
—A must-read for each movie scholar or novice
—Covers all features of creation, from casting and directing to mild and sound to electronic editing
—Includes 8-page, 4-color insert
—Up-to-date tips about apparatus and software
—Clear, easy-to-follow directions and advice, in addition to the entire functional, creative, and technical “step-by-step” suggestion that purely an skilled writer/director can provide

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Typically these cameras will record one hour of video on each tape cassette. Some cameras let you record 90 minutes at slightly reduced image quality in an LP setting. ;WQ`];D Some of the very small camcorders use MicroMV tape cassettes. The obvious advantage of the MicroMV tape cassette is its size, which allows the cameras to be smaller, but this comes with some serious drawbacks. Because MicroMV uses MPEG compression to 1VO^bS` ( 5SbbW\U3_cW^^SRb]AV]]bDWRS] ' reduce the size of the image data, it also reduces overall image quality.

The simplest lens has a convex curve on one side and is flat on the other. Most simple lenses, such as magnifying glasses, are convex on both sides (biconvex). If you’ve ever used a magnifying glass to burn something by focusing the rays of the sun, you have demonstrated what makes a lens useful: its ability to bend light and bring the rays to common focus. The straw in this glass seems to be broken because the light entering the liquid is refracted, or bent. 0OaWQ=^bWQOZBS`[W\]Z]Ug You don’t need to be an optical scientist to make proper use of your lenses, but you do need to have a basic understanding of optics.

To avoid front and back focus problems and properly operate a removable zoom lens, you must follow a standard setup procedure. Whenever you zoom in on a subject at random, your image will go out of focus, because zooming in means you are gradually changing the focal length of your lens from a wide angle (low number, long focal length) to a narrow angle, telephoto (high number, shallow focal length) shot. Karl’s Tips Whenever you need to zoom in to a close-up shot, zoom in quickly to the extreme close-up before actually recording to set your front focus.

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