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Capture the bouquet toss with multi-cameras
Using Initial Time Code Copy function, multi-camera
shooting becomes easier, and you can have varieties
of effective video images. And, the editing is easier
using time code. For example, camera A can record
bride from straight ahead, then zoom in to show her
with the lucky girl who caught the bouquet. Camera B
can follow the motion of the bouquet in flight with a
series of shots taken from behind the bride. This
dramatic effect can be increased by using the Variable
Frame Rate function to shoot in slow motion.
Take aerial shots of the wedding site with a
radio-controlled helicopter
A radio-controlled helicopter can be used to take aerial
shots of the wedding site or outdoor wedding scene.
Increase the effect by combining this with the dramatic
release of balloons or white doves. A wide-conversion
lens is also effective here (available soon from a third-
party vendor).
Shoot in vertical 16:9
By holding the camera on its side and shooting vertical
16:9 images, you can take close-ups of the bride's
wedding dress from head to toe. This shot would
create a beautiful impression projected onto a vertical
screen inside the wedding reception as a special
dramatic effect.


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