Which HD camcorder under £1100? 2012
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30-04-2012, 8:49 AM
Gave 20, Got 246
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JH4 reading earlier post #6 the Sony GW55VE spec reads like a
. . .and all this in a pistol-grip style, which "usually" spells CONsumer. . . . so it will be interesting to see if it really does give fully detailed colour at 3Lux and the walk-about steady really is er, steady.
Can't wait for Reviews . . . pity about the external audio sockets (there are none)...DYOR.
I'm guessing, but this should Retail under £500 as an Impulse present (for someone that won't use it).
Chrishull3 #18 - I presume you refer to the issues involving 50p - but I understand this is "resolved now" with some subtle changes to the DVD/BlueRay specifications . . . . quite what these are I don't know - but Sony is now pushing out 50p camcorders . . . . whereas until recently they didn't (probably because the i-Spec was the only true standard?).
Was that the issue, perhaps?
+ By contrast, Pana has been selling 50p-Camcorders for some time, maybe in the hope the "p-Specification" will be included . . . . it would be interesting to know if the Pana-"p" is exactly the same as the current specification, but I guess we can only "hope"
(Vegas Studio v11 accepts 50p in addition to the 50i of previous versions. DYOR.)
SWR246 a good price, I only wish that model suited my needs. Good Luck.
Yes 50P is the only frame rate that wont play it files in my PS3 blu ray players.i can edit 50P with other frame raates on a time line but it is slower to render for me,this is why i stick with 25P/ or 50i,720P on my set up is ok for slow motion but lacks sharpness somewhat.
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