>Quote>>I don't know about event video like weddings. >That's >>where I >>>think DSLRs fall woefully short in their video >>capabilities. At >>>a maximum record time of 30 minutes, you will >probably >>miss >>>some of the ceremony...yikes!end Quote<< > >> >Quote>My clients are asking for video clips, not full-blown >video >>coverage. They want stills and video of certain key parts >of >>the ceremony. The kiss, father giving away the bride, 1st >>dance, and cake cutting are the most requested. They want >them >>integrated into a slide show with stills. >> >>Russ<<Quote<< > >What I am thinking is that if you had your D800 set up for >Video on a tripod and Start/Stop recording with a wireless >remote, You could be taking stills with your D4 at the same >time. >20 minute or less segments would work just fine. >You might even want a second D800 to record the guests. >
Yes, that's the plan, or my assistant will shoot the video. However, the other camera will be my D3 and not a D4. D4 will have to wait.