Re: Media Lab Quote

From: Bart Weiss (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Mar 18 2009 - 16:32:58 PDT

in general the cannon 1 chips are good and cheap having mic input
focus and exposure control but you have to check the model numbers
they are always changing
if it does not have a headphone jack you can get an adapter to use the
video audio out
to save money you should look into final cut express , it will work
on older macs

On Mar 18, 2009, at 3:16 PM, Ken Paul Rosenthal wrote:

> I've been seeking work through the public school system and have
> been asked to ballpark what building a media lab would cost for 15
> students.
> Apart from sitting down and parceling the cost out item by item, I
> was hoping someone might have a general figure they could offer me
> off the of their head as follows:
> 15 x 1-chip video cameras
> 15 x computers
> 1 x Laptop for teacher station
> Final Cut
> Thanks, Ken
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