filming a trailer (same as post in books...)

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hey. im trying to finish my long overdue media coursework and wanted to ask a question:
we used mini-DV tapes in a digital camcorder to film our trailer and so it looks low-budget. Had this been a hollywood movie, would we have been using 70mm film? and if so, in what kind of camera? and help would be v.much appreciated. dearyxxx
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If it were a hollywood trailor then you would use the quality of film and camera that you thought would best capture the essence of your movie.
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(Original post by moncal)
If it were a hollywood trailor then you would use the quality of film and camera that you thought would best capture the essence of your movie.
but for the sake of argument. im trying to write that my trailer will be of poorer quality because i'm using a mini-dv tape unlike the film they'd use in hollywood but i want it to sound more educated than that. dearyxxx
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