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Old Dec 10, 2006, 9:59 PM   #1
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[suB]Ok hey guys Im looking for a goodhybrid digital camcorder with good video and picture quality, with good zoom while recording video, that has a nice sleek style, and that makes for good videos to put on the internet,under $180... If you can tell me a good one that can record stuff off of my tv, vcr, dvdplayer, ect.it would help also...[/suB]

[suB]i already know a good one (The aiptek mpvr) and if all else fails ill just get that[/suB]
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Old Dec 11, 2006, 8:10 AM   #2
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Three ways to Purchase , online , auction, and Store?

Zooming, All hybrids , have digital zoom, Unless marked optical on a few models.

Aiptek Zoom.dv, MZ-dv, SVP. or UPC dv 009, ISpan dv51/520 are the ones we know of , that are optical zoom either ccd lenses , or cmos lenses. with added digital zoom.

Any hybrid with digital zoom, you want to look for the newer models for example the Is-dv2, vs-dv3 with the technology of SmartZoom. otherwise you are better off getting that casio exislim at costco 200.00usc.

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Video. does not matter what hybrid you get , they all will record fine for the net. Mpeg4 comprression with ASF format. AVI format, and .MOV format. Some will have a combo format.

Best Model for Video depends on which CCD company sensor, Cmos company Sensor are in the hybrids.

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Av input models are on the market will say it on the box.

In the stores the only model I know of at my area are the Aiptek MPVR, PVR, Mpvr+, no other models can be found.

Online more and more are on the net. it is best to research, if you have the time.

I understand you'll settle for the MPVr, if it is the 6 meg or 8 meg model the mpvr. mpvr+ pvr. pkdvr. there is a sale at BB from 141 down to 99

below are videos. take a look , there's loads more there in thehybridsection.

Good luck in your choice?



mpvr

http://media.putfile.com/mpvr1

http://media.putfile.com/Movie-0011-19

http://media.putfile.com/aiptek-indo...and-night-mode

MPVR+

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piSu8eIy8ts

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wi_KpcEXD4c

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbifsUrS33U

MPVR footage through a camcorder

http://youtube.com/watch?v=TjoopcwwgM0

PVR video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJcI_d0-R-k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lome2ErvpY

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Hey thanks you helped me alot but i still have a question...

What is the difference between the MPVR and the MPVR+???

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mpvr is a 6 megapixal 3 mb sensor

mpvr+ 8 meapixal 5 mb sensor

both are 3 megapixal camera interpolated to 6 or 8 megs

both film 640x480 @ 30 fps

both have the samefeatures and everything the same

the PVR is the same as the MPVR+ but has one added feature av input sterio, while both MPVR, MPVR+ mono input

makes sense now?



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