For shooting movies you are better off using a video camera - video on dslr are an after thought - only sony slt's allow for continuous autofocus just one example of issues. Far better off using a device intended for its purpose (dslr =photos whereas movie cameras = movies). You can grab stills from a movie camera and they are not as good as a dslr likewise movies from a dslr tend to be lesser quality. For home movies I wouldn't be to worried but for commercial use better off using the proper tool.
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Den - SEIKI 42" 4K LCD + RCA BDP
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