We’ve got the perfect camera crew for your job
Dvideo handles productions of all kinds, from commercials to feature films. We can provide you with our on staff DP and/or a full production crew. Whatever your project demands we can customize the perfect camera crew. Let us help you bring your vision to the screen.
At Dvideo, we believe the most important resource in any production is the people you rely on to make your project a success. Our camera crews are created from close colleagues and long time friends. We hand select camera crew members for each project according to their field of expertise, production preferences and creative style. All are veteran industry professionals who make their living in the production business.
Whether your project will be shot on video, film or still photography, with a large crew or a single cameraman, Dvideo can provide the right camera crew for your job. We don’t sell listings or hire unknown people. Our associates; DP’s, camera operators, AC’s, LD’s, gaffers, keys, grips, sound techs, boom operators and support personnel are some of the best in the industry.
High definition (HD) production and recording formats can enhance video images by providing a higher resolution screen and enhanced depth-of-field. All high definition formats are “wide-screen”, a 16:9 ratio is default on all high-definition formats.
There are two choices in vertical “resolution” (how many lines are scanned on the monitor): either 720 or 1080. Both of these resolutions allow either “progressive” (each line is scanned followed by the next line, like a computer monitor) or else they can be ‘interlaced’ (every other line is scanned, like conventional TV’s do). The frame rate can also be important.
All interlaced video in HD is between 24 and 30 frames per second (fps). Progressive scan is recorded between 50 and 60 fps. The Panasonic DVC-PRO HD can record either interlaced (720 lines) or progressive (1080 lines) and at frame rates between 24 and 60 fps. The Sony HDCAM can also record between 24 and 60 fps, at either the 720 line resolution, or the 1080 resolution.
In summary, high definition can make your program look better than amazing.