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Old Dec 15, 2006, 3:33 PM   #21
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I think one of the problems with having a camera like this, is that we end up becoming too focused on the detail rather than the main content of the scene. I find that if I sort of focus my mind on the scene as a whole rather than looking for the noise or other artifacts in the video, I enjoy the experience much more. After all these cameras in my opinion are about capturing an event in time as a memory. While we obviously want the best image we can get, there is always going to be a compromise and for me, I think the Sanyo is an excellent compromise. If Image quality was my only concern, and for some it is, then a good MiniDV would probably be the only thing to satisfy this. Of course, it would probably remain at home most of the time.
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Old Dec 16, 2006, 9:01 AM   #22
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Good point rgvcam... I'm really pleased with my C6, I'm a big fan of its "pistol grip" form factor and controls, still can't get over it'stiny size relative to what it does, and it does a great job for me despite it's few quirks.I actually do very little processing to it's output in general as it's perfectly acceptable, but It's still nice toget tips and tricks on how to get the most out of it when needed.
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