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When is a camera not a camera? When it’s a DSLR, of course.

This article was written by Chris Newbould.

A common theme in the industry recently has been the decreasing price of film-making technology. With editing software at affordable prices bringing a bit of Spielberg to bedrooms around the world, and good quality camcorders within the typical household budget, a trip to see the family is barely complete without a viewing of the four-hour epic Our Trip to Corfu. One of the most surprising members of the cast that has brought down the cost of producing quality footage, however, was not even intended for film at all – the DSLR camera.

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