10.09.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
JVC Pro HD GY-HD100U camcorder used on ‘Carts’

The JVC Professional GY-HD100U Pro HD camcorder was chosen to shoot “Carts,” a feature film about an influential politician who was given a second chance to redeem himself by spending six years in purgatory as a cart attendant in a store parking lot.

Chris Cashman, the producer, writer and director, selected the GY-HD100U because of the camera’s interchangeable lenses and ability to shoot in 24p on a small budget, and its maneuverability. In addition, he said, the camera’s short setup time allowed the crew to start filming sooner, which gave them more time for daylight shots.

For more information, visit pro.jvc.com.

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