‘Protocols’ cinematographer shoots documentary with Panasonic’s AJ-SDX900
February 2, 2005
The new documentary “The Protocols of Zion,” an appraisal of contemporary anti-Semitism from veteran filmmaker, Marc Levin, made its international debut at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Mark Benjamin shot the 90-minute documentary with a Panasonic AJ-SDX900 DVCPRO50 Cinema 24p camera. At $30 for 30 minutes of tape, Benjamin said the camera is cost-effective.
He shot “Protocols” at 24p using Cine Gamma and “a very reasonable setting that didn’t overcrank to look like enhanced video.” He used a superwide and a 22:1 zoom lens. He also used Panasonic’s AG-DVX100A MiniDV 3-CCD camcorder as a second camera on the shoot.
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