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  1. Hello all, This coming fall, I'll be heading into my graduate thesis film and I'm considering using a 2 camera set-up. I've used a 2 camera setup once before and it didn't work in the way I thought, nor did it speed up the process. Since then I've seen it used a few times to varying results; the best use being prioritizing for your A cam and then picking off shots where the B cam can be most effective, if it can be at all. In other instances, I've seen B cam placed and it ends up the screwing up the A cam lighting or continuity and eyeline issues occur. If anyone has had any experiences or advice shooting/staging 2 cameras successfully, using different cameras or can clarify how to properly set it up I'd love to hear about it? Any kind of information is helpful. Thanks in advance, Rob
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