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Old Feb 7, 2008, 8:02 PM   #11
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there are many types ofhybrids the sanyo fell andthose who returned theirs are now offerred refurbed at 280plus
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Old Feb 7, 2008, 8:18 PM   #12
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http://www.vimeo.com/477735

Thanks to Webshark...... you have your wish and by far all looks fine to me enjoy
Interesting. That was definatly not a planned video, and it is some of the worst videography I've ever seen. But that it kind of what I was looking for. It appears to be indoors in what I would consider less than perfect lighting. But the camera seems to do well with adapting to the lighting situation. However, the rolling shutter is quite obvious in this clip.But, I would imagine that if that same clip had been taken with my IS-DV2 or an MPVR the quality would have been a lot worse.
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Old Feb 8, 2008, 3:21 AM   #13
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like I said you are best to hire a camera crew. will you ever be satisfied? rather try to find every single defect in this model for example

if you notice, or should i say lets use this as an example"

the Aiptek A-Hd or even the Aiptek Is-dv2 the buttons are plastic, they'll wear out and the embedded paint will sohw the orginal texture.

or the battery capartment is a poor desing the clips will bend and break after 1000 uses.

video design economy quality what ever. no matter what company it is it was thought of and passed its inspection.

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Old Feb 8, 2008, 3:21 AM   #14
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like I said you are best to hire a camera crew. will you ever be satisfied? rather try to find every single defect in this model for example

if you notice, or should i say lets use this as an example"

the Aiptek A-Hd or even the Aiptek Is-dv2 the buttons are plastic, they'll wear out and the embedded paint will sohw the orginal texture.

or the battery capartment is a poor desing the clips will bend and break after 1000 uses.

video design economy quality what ever. no matter what company it is it was thought of and passed its inspection.

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Old Feb 8, 2008, 7:18 AM   #15
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Finally was able to try out my Aiptek A-HD for some RC aerial video. Turned out great.

http://www.vimeo.com/672447
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The real reason to own a cheap HD camcorder.

http://www.vimeo.com/673175

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So nobody can watch the video you posted ? You need to remove
protected from the video if its yours. If its not, well. we will have to guess.

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The real reason to own a cheap HD camcorder.

http://www.vimeo.com/673175
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Hi Fishy:

Thanks for sharing that video link! Yeah, it really shows the great quality the A-HD has in a mixed lighting situation. I wonder if they used Nightshot for that segment?

Hi Jim:

Thanks for the link. This really brings back memories :-). I used to fly R/C models, too. I think this is a good test because it shows how the A-HD handles quick shot changes, paricularly going from the direct sun into the cloud shots. A really nice test for the A-HD's sturdiness, too.

Hi Adric22:

I agree with Fishy on this one; it's probably best you hire a camera crew.

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Any way that you can take the protection mode off the link so we can see the video sample? Thanks.

Have fun all.
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Old Feb 9, 2008, 6:21 AM   #19
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go to settings and where private is at select public LOL

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http://www.vimeo.com/673175
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Old Feb 10, 2008, 1:09 PM   #20
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I corrected it. Sorry about that.

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go to settings and where private is at select public LOL

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