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Old Jun 6, 2006, 7:34 PM   #11
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Oldhacer don't tell anyone that ebay has them for that price

Oh boy I blew it where's the delete key


218.00 is a great price, as if target by me hasthem by August that'll be the set price 118us after all taxes?

aiptek batteries wear pritty fast so a few extras are a must as Optical zoom eats up batt life


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Old Jun 7, 2006, 4:54 PM   #12
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http://www.electronicsjunction.biz/m/Microsoft/5-23-06 while amazom claimed in feb 06

http://www.ultra-shop.info/good42303...849513030.htmlclaiming May 30th release date and directs back to amazon

http://www.ultra-shop.info/good42303...849513030.htmldirects from epinions to amazon

http://video.extragadgets.com/camcor...ical_zoom.htmldirects to amazon.com

http://www.toolgiant.com/p/Power%5FConverter/directs to amazon.com

gettingtired ofseeing Amazon, getting the glory ofa not yet released camcorder (lol)

so here is one that tels you in the UK when its released

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/2517...tml?srcid=1035

8-08-06 Auguast
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Old Jun 8, 2006, 7:45 AM   #13
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duplicated post see other thread. listed below


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Old Jun 8, 2006, 1:07 PM   #14
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A member recieved this on an auction item

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dani_starma wrote:
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I bought this Aiptek Z100 Pro right two minutes ago from this website (sounds a good deal!):


Click me to se the webpage
when I'll get it I'll tell you how it is...



Have you recieved this yet, anyone been able to purchase and review it.

How does the Aiptek Z100 Pro compare vs Sanyo Xacti VPC-C6?




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Old Jun 27, 2006, 12:47 PM   #16
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30 days till release date

i emailed 1 person who purchased from ebay and no one so far has come foward to find one or found one yet. Steves digital camera forum is in the top rated searchs but does not have any reviews on it except Mwa

when it arrives at target I will have mine, and my MPVr will be up for bids.
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Old Jun 28, 2006, 5:12 AM   #17
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30 days till release date

i emailed 1 person who purchased from ebay and no one so far has come foward to find one or found one yet. Steves digital camera forum is in the top rated searchs but does not have any reviews on it except Mwa

when it arrives at target I will have mine, and my MPVr will be up for bids.

Does anyone know howthe Aiptek Z100 Pro compare will compare to theSanyo Xacti VPC-C6?

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[align=left]The problem, every camera or camcorder I have ever seen or owned tells you how many pictures you have left or how much time you have left to record. This camera gives no indication at all. The display shows the same thing if there is a SD memory chip in it or not. There is no way to tell if your memory chip is full or 2 minutes or 30 pictures from being full. It tells you nothing. That's enough to make this camera pretty much worthless. How do you get around this?[/align]
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[align=left]The problem, every camera or camcorder I have ever seen or owned tells you how many pictures you have left or how much time you have left to record. This camera gives no indication at all. The display shows the same thing if there is a SD memory chip in it or not. There is no way to tell if your memory chip is full or 2 minutes or 30 pictures from being full. It tells you nothing. That's enough to make this camera pretty much worthless. How do you get around this?[/align]

excellent question I believe the MPVr will show a count of 0001,0002 etc for the pic and vid taken, y combine the video taken and the picture res as well . its a poor design but remember it is not a digital major brnd with all the major and finer details its a combo.



newer camera zoom-dv6 will be a 3x optical zoom and will be perfect for what it needs to do, rather spend up to 1 grand I preferre to spend 200.00

once you start to zoom with optical pass a certain point you will need a better stance or hold, 10x would be 3 times harder.

simular circuitry, and a lower price i go withh what your wallet or purse can afford
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[align=left].....newer camera zoom-dv6 will be a 3x optical zoom and will be perfect for what it needs to do, rather spend up to 1 grand I preferre to spend 200.00.....
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fisycomics, what about the Sanyo Xacti VPC-C6, for £248.99, which seems a good price and I think does everything the Aiptek can, plus has bigger SD card range and a CCD lense.
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