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Old Mar 26, 2007, 1:48 PM   #1
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Hello, All. :|

I'm new in this forum and new in Digital Video Cameras.

Now adays I'm interested in buying a DV 12M or DV 9300, all depends on the money and fails of the model.

My sisters bought two Mustek DV 3032 and both of them had problems with the TFT Screen, both broke from the foldering part, so I don't want to buy one like that !

So anyone knows if this model broke easily from the screen?

I want to buy DV12M in order to take family videos and some photos, but I want good video quality, I don't want people saying this looks awful and I should bought a Video Tape Recorder, I don't like Tapes I want to use and SD and put it into a DVD.

Overhere in Mexico DV cameras are not very cheap, so I want to buy one that is worth !

Thanks in advance and nice forum !

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Old Mar 27, 2007, 12:42 AM   #2
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I've owned about 8 of these hybrids, but none of the models you mentioned. The closest I've come to breaking off the folding screen is on a Digilife DDV-810, on which a small panel covering the hinge broke off.

I've owned hybrids with both CCD and CMOS sensors. At this price point, I'd say it's not a factor to consider in choosing a camera. If anything, the CCD has a problem the CMOS does not - which is vertical bars of bright light extending from the very brightest areas of the image, such as sun reflections. This happens in video mode, not stills.
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