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Old Sep 23, 2009, 7:49 PM   #1
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As in the DOD f200 hd review, thought I open a new thread.

Will soon be comparing some shots, so now rather have video out of synch, maybe this will help out. enjoy




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What you should do is create a 'T' shape tripod for camcorders that have a folding LCD screen. One of the LCD screens would fit in the space between them. Of course it would have to be wide enough to allow a reasonable range of possible sizes!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuwWb3tPKag

I have that as well. I can place three of the cams together. I may have done that awhile ago with the video. if I wanted i could add more LOL
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuwWb3tPKag

I have that as well. I can place three of the cams together. I may have done that awhile ago with the video. if I wanted i could add more LOL
It seems the GVS would benefit quite nicely with some LED's of its own!

The f200 seems to have better low light visibility only because it looks like they turned up the gain whereas on the Aiptek they didn't. Thus the GVS looks dark but the f200 is visible but quite noisy.

Then you turned on the LED's and the effect was more dramatic on the GVS. Very nice colors while with the f200 it merely removed the noise. The colors however remain washed out.

This is what I was saying about the GVS. The colors are very nice on macro and closeups yet not so much on regular scenes. I am guessing it has something to do with the internal exposure altering the color saturation differently in each case.
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