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  1. The main up-side to the DSLR is that it is small & light & so any paraphernalia (steady cam, jib, slider etc.) designed for DSLRs will be a lot cheaper than for bigger heavier camcorders. The JVC GY-LS300 seems like a pretty small, light camcorder. Is it small & light enough for cheap equipment usually reserved for DSLRs?
  2. Just obtained an Angenieux 6-80mm for my Beaulieu 4008 ZM. Removed Reglomatic and the lens seems to work just fine on my camera. However, noticing that this is a quite heavy lens (if compared to all other C-mount lenses I own) I'm wondering if it is safe to use without lens support on a tripod? This thing is heavier than my camera! ;)
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