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Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by hanxslf, Feb 1, 2004.

  1. hanxslf

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    hope someone can help me? i'm new to camcorders,and was looking at buying a sony dcr-pc105,as this was my budget ,but having read reviews on the new dcr-pc330,i was thinking of saving up more for this model,as digital stills are also an important feature to me,with the 3megapixels would the price jump justify buying the said cam,as i'm not in a rush to buy just yet.i intend to use it on holiday,for family partys,days out etc,etc any advice would be very helpfull:lesson: :smashin: :smashin:
     
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    why not get a dedicated digicam like the Canon a60 (only £100 from Amazon) or a70 ? Then get any camcorder you like ...

    And if £ is at a premium, checkout the Samsung vp-d33 @ £250 here : http://www.digiuk.com/samsung/
     
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    i might have a re-think on this cam,and maybe get a separate camera.as well as a camcorder.as i have plenty of time, i'm in no rush to buy yet. there are loads of bargains to be had on line the only problem is what to choose as there is such a vast range:smashin:
     

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