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Old Nov 7, 2009, 6:53 AM   #21
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I have used both the U10 and the JVC FM1 in store, and have some surprising
conclusions, but not so surprising now that I have seen your pages but here are a few more things to consider.

The Samsung was surprisingly disappointing, and the smaller than expected
JVC seem to outclass the U10 in many ways, opposite to what was expected.
You seen the Kodak it's big, you seen the Samsung it's smaller you seen the jvc it's the smallest?

Is it as small as my Dod f200Hd, I be shocked if it is?
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Old Nov 7, 2009, 11:04 AM   #22
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Except that it is not brilliant in low-light, my new DOD-F200HD is a really well-designed recorder, and it takes Class 10 SDHC cards to record continuously hour after hour...

I am particularly impressed by its exposure control - the highlights are not blown - unusual for these small video recorders. White Balance is good too. And you have some limited digital zoom at 1440x1080...
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Except that it is not brilliant in low-light, my new DOD-F200HD is a really well-designed recorder, and it takes Class 10 SDHC cards to record continuously hour after hour...

I am particularly impressed by its exposure control - the highlights are not blown - unusual for these small video recorders. White Balance is good too. And you have some limited digital zoom at 1440x1080...
it outshine it fo rsure in otherways
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytRk4xNGuic

Well like i posted thesame info to the Kodak here is one for the samung. niceday wide angle lens filmin . forget the view the angle blurred it no wide angle for this one .
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Here was a shot taken with the Samsung.. the quality I am more and more believing is INTERPOLATED. as in the vidoe the lines wer Terriable. Guess having a seperate still beats switching through modes. LOL. today that is how I feel, ask me tomorrow.


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You seen the Kodak it's big, you seen the Samsung it's smaller you seen the jvc it's the smallest?

Is it as small as my Dod f200Hd, I be shocked if it is?
Have not seen the Kodak, so can't comment. Kodak sales rep was showing off to a manager around here last week.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZfclmbWUZ8

Taking the Hmx -u10 for another spin, and i amsur it heldits ground strong this time round.
As the kodak looked like a star, this sure was no far behind
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