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Edit. I have just checked out the just announced micro four thirds version at IBC. Looks great but it's passive so no iris control through the camera. You need a manual lens like the Voigtlanders.
The good news is with a M43 mount you can put on any lens with easily available adaptors for PL, M, Nikon, Canon. C mount (make sure they cover sensor). It's a much more flexible camera lens wise and makes more sense than the EF version here.
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Vegas Instructor David McKnight continues his ongoing Vegas Pro tutorial series with a look at techniques for streamlining your multicam edits using the multicamera interface within Vegas Pro 10. Part 2 will look at multicam using the VASST plug-in in Vegas Pro Production Assistant.
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