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Old Aug 7, 2005, 6:17 PM   #11
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picture perfect syoggy.

thnk you Yes 180 is a set price from the site, I am asking my friends who have theri relitives coming ovre from hong kong if they can find me this camera or the 1800 .If the price is right I will pobably get it. even though I know very little but now I know more than I did before thanks to your review , and comments

1. the video is Pefect. no fading, or glare meaning when the camera is moved from sun in front or back it needs adjustments to the lens.

2. low light is exactly what I wanted, and I may suggest when you view through youe telescope try taking a snap shot. you'll be amazed how you can capture a picture. Not grainy at all.

3. the batteries, you gota power pack that is nice. Imust have misread about the dv-6, because the 1800 is a 4aa system

thank you this will help out anyone that is interested in the differnt cameras. As you may view the mustek and aiptek comparison of the fireworks the nightshot in the vid does not stand up to konaki product, this will be on my ist of cameras, thanx again


how's this for a low light there are pics on that wall lol
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Old Aug 7, 2005, 6:23 PM   #12
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Glad I could help. If there are any other tests you'd like just let me know I'd be glad to do it.
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Old Aug 7, 2005, 6:24 PM   #13
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thank you Steve. you're the best
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Old Aug 7, 2005, 6:43 PM   #14
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if you know is the lens or sensor a cmos or ccd it does not mention that?
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Old Aug 7, 2005, 7:02 PM   #15
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http://iwantitatwholesale.com/konaki...camcorder.html

as doing a research 150 for the dv1800. not a bad price but one must trust the company where they get the items Syoggy , you still got a great camera, but am hesitant to purchase
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I looked through all the documentation that came with the cam and there was no mention of cmos or ccd.

I just noticed the picture you posted up a few - that's low light alright.

I looked for the DV1800 on the web and came up with the same place you did. I looked at the DV6 for 3 or 4 months before I bought it. Overstock.com was the only place that carried it and then I saw it on ebay, felt better buying from Overstock.
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Old Aug 7, 2005, 8:45 PM   #17
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buying from eby is good/bad but not when it comes to new stuff thanx again wil have to ask the company if they know the answer to the ccd or cmos
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Old Aug 9, 2005, 11:42 AM   #18
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About your inquery about the Konaki line of cameras
we do also have the 2600
as it is not listed on the site it is also 139.99
shipping is about 12.00 in the lower 48 states

the manufacturer only supplied this info about the cameras
i hope this helps you decide which camera best suits your needs

first the 1800 and the 2600 both have veiw finders which the dv6
does not and the dv6 has a li-ion battery and charger
i feel this is the hands down best for any digital camera
if you go back to our site to digital cameras you will find
a few facts on digital cameras that apply to digital camcorders also

a site that I found has a great deal, and not to make you feel bad syoggy, if one takes the time to search he or she will come out a winner hands down.

a pic from ebay 8 megapixal

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I would never feel bad about someone getting a better deal than I did. It just shows they had a little more patience. At the time I bought the DV6 It was the best deal I found from a reputable dealer. I will be interested in seeing pics when they are posted.
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Old Aug 15, 2005, 1:12 PM   #20
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Hi all I recently purchased one of the DV6 cameras...has not arrived yet...but the question is:Can I use a 1 Gig card in the camera even though the specs say it maxes out at 512 mb. In other words will the camera see 512 mb even though the cardis actually bigger than the camera can utilize?I have to leave for Europe on WED so if anyone has an answer please send me a note to <pm me thank you >thanks[img]/forums/images/emoticons/laughing-smiley-002.gif[/img]
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