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  1. RyanDeezle

    Recent Clips

    just some clips from the last few months in a short little edit, nothing fancy, check it out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5X37d-9J-kg
  2. I have a quick question about the HMC40. I'm definitely getting one, and I already bought an FC-E9 off amazon for 94 dollars. Do you think I could fit my set-up in an AmazonBasics camera backpack? The dimensions for the HMC40 are 12" x 5.3" x 5.3" (I think that's w/o the handle, which would be permanently mounted). The dimensions for the bag internally are 10" x 5" x 14.75". I'd also carry around a Sennheiser MKE 400 (which is small, so I could probably just shove it under my handle for storage if space is an issue), my fisheye, and my Chinese 160-LED video light, which has the dimensions of 5" x 2" x 4". Do you think the bag would fit all of it? And are there other bags I should consider? I'm already breaking the bank buying the camera equipment. Also, does anybody know how solid the handle on it feels? I'm sure it's fine, but it does look kind of flimsy. Just being paranoid. Also, does anybody know somebody who's selling an HMC40? I'm looking to spend around 900 for a camera in decent condition with a battery, charger, and all them basic accessories.