Pioneer 320-S

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  1. AlexR

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    Hello

    My laptop cannot cope with DV camcorder footage so I've decided to go for the Pioneer 320-S. Has anyone had any experiences or heard anything about these machines?

    I'm thinking of getting it from AVLand if they price match. Has anyone had any experience of their sales or after-sales service?

    Cheers
    Alex
     
  2. Rasczak

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    For camcorder footage the Pioneer 320 is an excellent choice because it is one of the few DVDRs that has a two-way iLink socket. This will enable you to copy to DVD-RW in VR mode, edit, dub back to the camcorder and the dub back to the 320 recording in compatible DVD-R.

    RGB Direct offer a good service IMHO and they have it for £326:
    http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=2766
     
  3. Sgt Steiner

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    Hi

    Ref AV Land I ordered a Pioneer DVR220 from them at around noon on 11th and it arrived here in NI 11:00am today (12th) so cant fault that for service :)

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