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Old Oct 17, 2005, 8:37 PM   #1
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Hi, I have been looking on ebay and was wondering if you could follow the link below and tell me if you know if the brand or if the camera is good the camera on this page i am refering to is the blue one that is a 7 in 1

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Old Oct 18, 2005, 10:34 AM   #2
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You didn't include the link to the camera.

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Old Oct 18, 2005, 3:16 PM   #3
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Oh right sorry i was in a hurry when i did this so here is the link:

http://.cgi.ebay.ca/6-6MP-Digital-Ca...QQcmdZViewItem

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For this type of hybrid camera, you'll probably have a better chance of getting useful responses in our newer Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams Forum

Most of the other forums here are geared more towards still cameras, even though many have a video feature(usually with optical zoom lenses and sensors optimized more for still pictures). Although, I'll admit thatthe lines are starting to get blurred between these camera types. :-)

So, I'll move this post to the Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams Forumfor you, where someone may be more familiar with it's pros and cons.


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Old Oct 18, 2005, 5:16 PM   #5
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Old Oct 18, 2005, 5:28 PM   #6
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thanx Jimc.

Welcome in and allow us to recommend one peice of information RESEARCH.

that said a little history first. 3rd party companies known under a few names dxg, hanshing digi life ) i may be wrong on one) hanshing 305v

3 meg cmos upt to 6.6 meg highest res is software or hardqware interpolated that means it is minuplated tricked,

Sorry if I am rushing through this.

Please look in the brief description of camcorders for the site or sites.

http://www.hanshing.com/products/Dig...-HS-DV305.html

the link above will direct to the site.

Now the pros and cons

this camera was a smash hit fall of 2004 Super colorful bodies real flashing everyone must have one, played very well on the vis excellent shots and sterio mp3 with seperate bass and treble a lot was said about the camera selling around 160.00

Now at RADIOSHACK.COM and the store 129.00

and as well on ebay. excellent feel metal body just stunning.. that said

the CONS

4aaa batteries will last 1 hour record and play time poor battery 5 flashs drained battery,life sd card only likes a certain brand if wrong brand you had to reboot the camera take out the battery sd card reset.

those were the bad points I had with mine no warantee card but covered by supplier for one year in parts, and refund within a limited time period most sellers.

That all said the camera is fixed or the members owning this model have faded or upgraded or still with us. never ruling anyone out.

We will steer you to the PmP brief description section

http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=92

review here. why yo'll thank us in the long run the digi life m1 or V1 depending on your prefrence as well as my model the Aiptek mpvr

These are the camcorders of today they are a vcr/dvd player see the link below

1. http://media.putfile.com/IMAG0014719
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http://media.putfile.com/CLIP002271


those links tell all.

the camcorder are up to 10-12 megs and can they go higher , run from 150-300usc . I believe if you take your time and want to test one out go to target if you are near one find a mpvr and play with it and a fulrefund if unhappy online you'll throw 20.00 shpping out the door. that said hope I was able to help out. and lets seewhat others here have to say. I do not like to hog the spot light but always quick to answer Mod fishy



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Old Oct 18, 2005, 5:46 PM   #7
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Im not shure what you meant bye the link is unavailable but here it is anyway:


http://cgi.ebay.ca/6-6MP-Digital-Cam...QQcmdZViewItem
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Here's the shorter version of the link to it:

http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...tem=7553768417

These types of cameras are not well known to me. But, I can make a couple of observations.

The 6.6MP resolution quoted is interpolated (adding pixels not captured by the camera's sensor). If you read the fine print, it's using a 3.3MP CMOS Sensor. Although, there are exceptions, with non-DSLR Digital Still Cameras, CCD sensors tend to be better quality.

Another thing I see is that there is no Optical Zoom. So, that could limit how much detail you'll be able to get in further away subjects for prints. Digital Zoom will degrade quality for still images.

I also notice that it's limited to 15 frames per second with 640x480 video. You'll get smoother video at a faster frame rate.

On the other hand, the price is right and most users aren't going to print at larger sizes anyway.

I have not compared this type of camera (one designed to be a hybrid with Still Photos, Movies, MP3, etc.). So, hopefully, you'll get some responses from users here that are more familiar with them.


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Jimc thank you had to excuse myself for a sec lol. as Jim hit it on the head CKY.....

look above at the post I was writing it as i had a lil trouble at the time. I appologise for the mistakes.

pmp dv camcorders are the ones to look for read my review on the Aiptek mpvr, read sgspirits review visit the camera list vist the pmp brief description list and Look at the camera brief description list and you'l be very happy after you review the sites info it has a lot to offer , do not rush into anything. battery life is the key 2 hours max. speak to Oldhacer he says he got a mustek and has a longer batt life on his model. a np-120 in a 9300 model http://www.mustek.com

Optical zoom is important , if you are going to spend big bucks i would suggest a canon a30 or higher they have 3x optical and up to 60fps but i never owned one I Own 5 plus had about 10 models and happy with the mustek old styles 3000,35004500, aiptek 5300,is-dv mpvr unhappy with hanshing 205v dxg202x and possable few more good luck and keep us posted
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Hi, thanx for your info but i will only be using it mainly for videos and i was wondering if you could look at the video that is on the site and tell me if it looks lagitamite for the camera?

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