Just make sure that your system has the same codec used by the NanoFlash. If you are using a Mac you'll need ProRez, if you're on a PC I believe the codec of choice is the MainConcept MPEG.
If you're going to the expense of shooting on the camera system you've specified then spend a few extra dollars and hire an experienced cinematographer to shoot for you. Any money you save by shooting it yourself will be eaten up quickly solving problems in poorly shot footage.
Make sure that the green screen is evenly lit for you (to get the cleanest key) and get the talent away from the screen to avoid the green reflect-back from it on the talent.
Hello thanks for your advice.
At moment I have got some quick times coming straight from the shooting and they have an XDCAM codec. We downloaded an Xdcam codec to import them on Final cut and it works and if Import the clip in After effect (on a Mac) it works.
But if I try to import the same quick time in my after effect (pc) it dont works. It says im missing a codec but i dont know wich codec it is