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  1. Up for sale: Large Harrison Film Changing Bag - $90 - very good condition, there are a couple tiny spots where you may notice the reflective coating has come off (<1mm). Large Harrison Standby Camera Cover - $75 - great condition, only used literally a couple days. Perfect for 3D rigs or a Panaflex w/1000' mag $150 if you buy both I have 100% feedback on the DVXuser.com marketplace and have been a member there for 10 years. More AC gear coming soon (lemo cables, panavision brackets, magliner brackets, etc - ask for details to save $$$ shipping multiple items at once) Large Harrison Film Changing Bag: Large Harrison Standby Camera Cover:
  2. Hello all, While I was composing music for my short film, I came across an interesting song that I eventually covered with an acoustic guitar. I was so amazed by how great my cover sounds and fits into my film, that I would like to keep it; however, the original song is copyrighted... So my question is, could I implement my cover to the score of the film? A few things to note: -I will be submitting this film to various film festivals -I did not sing any of the original lyrics (nor any lyrics at all, for that matter), I simply strung a guitar to the same tune as the song -If this helps any, the song I covered was "El Condor Pasa" by Simon & Garfunkel Thanks guys, John
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfZLhG-hm5o ^ Click to watch lana del rey - blue jeans
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