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Old Dec 1, 2005, 6:43 AM   #51
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NewC (scott) Welcome to the site . and Yes need a Tour guide? I take musteks dv5300se for payment? (just kidding)

the camera should be a blast, I am concidering one as well. but hesitant on it.

there are many places in the city to visit, and lots to see. I hope you have a great time here, temps are excellent right now and getting back 2 the camera.

I made the review , to grab Guests just like you. to have fun after the purchase, hope you enjoy and let us know what you think.


ps updatemany places to visit Mott street known for a number of ethnic culture foods and intrests china town lil Italy etc. South street seaport by the brooklyn bridge. and

The best place to visit , and trade in your camera B & H cameras around9th or 10th ave aroud 33 or 39 street. (just kidding all the camera camcorders if you know howto haggle (bargain) as well as J & R on 3 park row lol

Sounds pretty cool. I'll check out what I can, thanks!
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Old Dec 1, 2005, 6:45 AM   #52
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Which site is that? I'd like to check out your review.

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Hello!

The wife ordered the dv5300SE from HSN for my Christmas present. I should get it in time for a work related trip to NYC/Manhattan. Initially I wasn't looking forward to getting it as I wanted a Sony mini-dvd or the JVC GZ-MC200 microdrive camcorder, but the more I think about it the more I'm looking forward to it.

The problem I have found is the lack of reviews on the dv5300SE. In fact I found this site while googling for reviews.

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Me too, dude. I got mine yesterday, posted a few comments in the other site.
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Old Dec 1, 2005, 4:21 PM   #53
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http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=92

you already found it i write them here

ps. dec 15 will be a transit strike if they do not settle
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http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=92

you already found it i write them here

ps. dec 15 will be a transit strike if they do not settle

Oh, Duh! :?

Wonderful, of course they'll strike, it's my luck.

Got the camera yesterday and played with it a bit. It's kinda small in my hands, but it feels solid. I plan on playing around with it more this weekend. Any idea on the battery life?

Also, did anyone order an extra memory card from HSN? If so, did it come with the camera or is it shipped separate?


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Old Dec 2, 2005, 3:01 PM   #55
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Yes sorry bout that but a real one to made soon.

I have brain freezes to from Slurpies lol even in winter?

the battery life can vary and depending on what type you use

Alkalines + shortest time ------------------- cheap

rechargable (no memory) last longer----10.00 4 pkg can be had far less online

Lithiums longest-------------radioshack 7-15.00 apkg and greatest life

Now I use rechargables, the older, more worn and used the less time I am getting. and that is if I charge them and let them sit. must use within a period

the 5300se there are no answers to that question yet soon30,000 cameras and just a few coming to this site, as well as e online stores saying they have the camera and dec 6 is their due date andclaiming back orders

So my suggestions Play with the camera, and have therechargables in hand turn it on and let it film when you know its weakness that will be your time.

I own my mustek, and I film 3 hours non stop on a set of aa's(2)

For you, 3aaa I can say about 1/1/2 to 2 hours max

I own a aaa system camera the aptek dv5300 2aaa get 1 1/2 hours out of it.

either way. spare sets are back up and turning on and off, will get you a fuldays shooting.

Just a long story short 7 day cruise filmed the whole week batteries lasted, and watched the full 1 1/2 hour filming on the plane trip home. PRICELESS.

I had to rely on that b/c the outlet was upside down and my recharger plug was on the bottom turning it upside down would be on the top the plug LOL:-)

Solution Plastic stretchs I was lucky i forced it in and got the polarityplug in

hope i answered to your liking?

ps no news is good news on that strike but snow/rain Sun/Mon


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Old Dec 21, 2005, 4:15 PM   #56
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Any input about Aiptek MPVR PKDV58-CS? It looks real cute. It's the flagship of Aiptek, so I would think, it must be a good camera. Costs only $149.99 at Target.

How does it compare with Sanyo C5 or C6? Sanyo costs nearly $600. Aiptek MPVR seems ( at least from what I hav read) to be as good if not better than C6.

I am in the market for either of them. So, greatly appreciate your input.



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Old Dec 21, 2005, 4:19 PM   #57
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Try Aiptek MPVRPKDV58-CS. My friend bought it for his 17 year olddaughter. He says it takes great video and stills. I think Target sells it for 149.99. I have seen it in the package, very compact, very attractive. Check it out!



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Old Dec 21, 2005, 4:25 PM   #58
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weclome aboard. and thank you for posting about the mpvr it is hitting walgreens and other major stores and soon will be outdated
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Old Feb 16, 2006, 7:31 AM   #59
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hi my name is Ricardo im from brazil ! and i just got my Aiptek DV 68000 (mpvr)

i found this site on google by searching for "Aiptek dv6800 review"

found the review and buyed the camera !

see you arround !
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Old Feb 16, 2006, 3:55 PM   #60
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Arqueiro Welcome aboard. as you requested now a favour in return a sample vid. love to see some scenic views of the brazilian lifestyle

hope you enjoy the site a ton of info
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