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Old May 17, 2012, 10:26 AM   #2
SIMON40
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If shooting video indoors is going to be frequent- you might want to "try before you buy"- as indoor video performance varies greatly model by model.
I'm no video expert (not even close) and you can quote i's and p's and a variety of HD's (I still use standard VGA..!) but the one thing that matters above all else, as far as I'm concerned, is autofocus performance.
Panasonic's tend to be very good in this regard,and the latest Sony's are impressive also...
There's nothing more frustrating than a wandering autofocus.....
So again, where possible, try before you buy...
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