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Wedding Video production has changed drastically during the time that I have been doing this, never more perhaps than around the 2001-2002 'season' which saw the technology required for consumer DVD production become reliable.
The 'Big Thing' now of course is HD. The prolem is that the HD cameras that wedding companies use are not really of the same quality as the Pro, non-HD cameras.
As an example we bought a HD camera for c. £4,000 and it is nowhere near the picture quality of the non HD,Pro camera that cost c. £13,000 and of course the modern HD cameras are not easily held in a stable manner so there tends to be more wobble etc.
We ultimately aim to purchase the equipment that puts the HD into the Pro camera but to do this properly would currently cost around £25,000. Yes there are cheaper options but that is not what we are about, HD is great in theory but if you are not going to do it right then what is the point.
Of course there are still some ‘Uncle Frank’ companies around; i.e. those using equipment that they bought from a car boot sale or found at the back of the shed, and these will (normally) be a relatively cheap option when procuring your video.
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