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Flora Clark

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  1. Thank you all for your replies. Thank you Jay for your points, I will definitely check out the Dragonframe student version. I have looked at their list of recommended cameras and have realised my camera is suitable. I shall trying getting a manual lens for it, then. Only thing about super 8 and film is that I would be so worried about screwing it up, with a DSLR it is a lot easier to erase. I do agree with you, however, that film beats it when it comes to the final quality and feeling of the movie. I might try using super 8 for my final A level project, though. Thank you all
  2. Hey, I am a Film Studies student and hope to make a stop-motion animation as a side project. I was just wondering what DSLR-type sensor you would recommend for the project (have to be under £600) and what software? I'm hoping for a cheaper version of DragonFrame... Well, actually, camera wise I've been looking at the Canon EOS M3 or the Nikon D3300 (which is an SLR). What do you think about either of these or could you think of an alternative? I really appreciate you reading this and if you answer, thank you very much.
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