Originally posted by TRUTHTELLER59: Any of those hd mini cams are fine. Most of the casting offices use flips and other small hd cameras.
They don't expect you using a $5000 Cannon 7D or something of that caliber.
Totally. It doesn't even have to be HD, just a relatively good quality. It's also important to get up near a window, or add some shadow reducing supplimental light, have a non-distracting background, and make sure that you're zoomed in nice and tight, but don't get too crazy about the technical stuff. It's about the scene; make that the most important thing going on.
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