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A question to HWC reviewers...

Synth

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I watched some of the reviews posted on Youtube, and I was curious as to what kind of equipment was used to make them (camera, editing software, etc...)?
 

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FiXT is as FiXT does. He's staff, but he doesn't have responsibilities for day-to-day forum activities which is why he's not identified as an admin or moderator, in order to avoid messages which should go to forum staff.
As I understand it, currently he's doing all the news articles, weekly newsletters and doing video reviews / Tech Byte segments.
 

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Hhhm you have given me an idea for a video! Will answer all your questions there :D

And ya Sugar pretty much summed it up - just the "Doer of Stuff" :bleh: video reviews is just a part of it.
 
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Synth

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Hhhm you have given me an idea for a video! Will answer all your questions there :D

And ya Sugar pretty much summed it up - just the "Doer of Stuff" :bleh: video reviews is just a part of it.
If you can be specific about the equipment you use, it would be great. I'm considering making videos for my own website, so I need to find the right gear.

Thanks for the video(s)!
 

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Digikid showed me your reviews. They are quite well done. Would you have a problem telling me how you did the rotating thing? His idea of a Microwave stand just does not add up. LOL!!!
 

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Digikid showed me your reviews. They are quite well done. Would you have a problem telling me how you did the rotating thing? His idea of a Microwave stand just does not add up. LOL!!!
He uses telekinesis to rotate the case as he films.
 

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White lazy susan + an albino dwarf spinning it + increased exposure = spinning case + perfectly white backgound.
 

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