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Aerial shots from a radio-controlled helicopter
A radio-controlled helicopter can be used to create
low-budget aerial shots, and to capture scenes in
places so narrow that only a toy helicopter can enter.
More expansive images can be taken by using a
wide-conversion lens (available soon from a third-party
Shots Employing a Variety of Functions
Shooting with a variable frame rate
It is easy to achieve slow- and fast-motion effects
using the overcranking and undercranking techniques
that were previously possible only with VariCam. Using
the native mode, you can also check the effects right
on the spot.
Multi-camera shots
Simultaneous HD multi-angle shots can be taken with
comparatively low cost.
Multi-format shooting
By selecting a different recording format for different
scenes, you can give each one a distinctive feel. The
AG-HVX200 is the first to provide 480, 720, and 1080
formats and both interlaced and progressive scanning
in a single camera.
HD progressive scanning for CG composites
The 720 and 1080 progressive HD images of the
AG-HVX200 can be easily used in composite images
with computer graphics or blue-back and green-back


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