Hotel Palomar Philadelphia - a Kimpton Hotel
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... the patient was in and sedated and just before the surgeon arrived. Despite the fact they were their cameras, they didn't know how to sync the TC between the units. The cams were pretty modern Panasonic P2's, full HD, small form factor but oddly most menu items were handled by a small remote control.
At some point as the both the owner and the DP flailed trying to set the cams for time of day TC, somebody muted the cameras. We had to lav mics, ...
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