Hi there, I hope you can help me. Two questions: 1 - I have a JVC GR-DV2000 which has a F1.8 lens. It's performance in low light is not the best since it does not have the "night shot" features of some other cameras. I'm looking to upgrade to JVC GR-DV3000 and noticed that it has a F1.2 lens. JVC claims this gives the camera better "Low light" capability as a F1.2 lens will let in more light. I accept this however.... I have been checking and here's one comment that concerns me: "Put simply, a larger aperture (smaller f-number, eg. f/2) has a shallow depth of field, anything behind or in front of the main focus point will appear blurred. A smaller aperture (larger f-number, eg. f/11) has a greater depth of field, objects within a certain range behind or in front of the main focus point will also appear sharp." The GR-DV3000 seems to have the largest aperture of any digital camcorder on the market at this time. Can anyone please explain to me how much of an effect this will have on day-to-day usage of the camera? 2 - The JVC GR-DV3000 is supposed to have a night shooting mode JVC calls "NightAlive". The only place I have seen this mentioned is in JVC's promotional material. No review I have seen has ever included this. Does this work and how effective is it? Also, if it is really effective and really good, then why the need for a F1.2 lens? Thanks.