Since I am hoping to get my screenplay into production, even if it means doing so myself on a low-budget scale, my kids got me a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ 1000 4K camera. Would this be sufficient to film a feature film?
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Thank you, William. I'm going to have to re-read the guide that came with it and the link provided a million times over. I guess the more I use it the more comfortable I will become and not worry that every time I touch a button it's going to break.
My only concern would be the quality of the lens because it doesn't seem interchangeable
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