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Old Jul 28, 2006, 3:52 PM   #1
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These are three camcorders AiptekIs-Dv2, MPVr and the Mustek dv4500

all the videos are of the same shot at t he same time within a minutes time. Due to not setting up the Mustek correctly the vid may be of the middle setting while all others are of the highest. vga is high for Aiptek, square boxs for mustek, i appologise for that.

VId 1 will show the sunrise of the sky and zoom in on the background overlooking to NYC

vid 2 will show an Airplane coming in to An Airport then zoomed in on you may notice the airplane looks like its cut out on a vid. Mustek has no control of zoom while in mid and high setting( midset or high may have been used in my sho)3 step zoom, while others have steadt real zoom.

vid 3 showing the sunrise in the background and not moving for 30 secs on all 3 hybrids

vid 4 all three camcorders were held at the same time and positioned on an Airplane without Zoom.

vid 5 in the Holland tunnel showing the lighted situation

video clip bonus sample

2minute video clip of daylight shot of the cruise ship click me

IS-DV2 video

1. Sunrise with Zoom click me

2. Sunrise Airplane and smartzoom added at end Click me

3. sunrise no movement video click me

4. sunrise airplane no Zoom click me

5 tunnel lighting click me

MPVr video

1. Sunrise with zoom click me

2. sunrise airplane and zoom added at end click me

3. Sunrise no movement video click me

4. sunrise airplane no zoomclick me

5. tunnel lighting click me

Mustek dv4500 video due to seting, and vid 1,2 no zooms were taken.

1.sunrise with no zoom click me

2 sunrise airplane and zoom not taken

3 sunrise no movementclick me

4. sunrise airplane no movement click me

5. tunnel lighting click me

Low Light video

IS-DV2 vs MPVR 6 foot shot flash click me

Here is a perfect video showing the IS-DV2 in action tripod added for proper hold, and the flash from the camcorders angle, and of thehybrid in front side view with a Pic. vs. the MPVr same scenerio
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Old Jul 28, 2006, 3:53 PM   #2
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These are the three camera with their Pics some may have to lowered in resoluion to fit on the sit andsome may be already low. all are of the highest settings

these Pics will bedisplayed at a 6 inch demension so you may benifet waht they have to show.

Is-dv2 6 meg,MPVr 6 meg, Mustek dv4500 4.1 meg.

Pic 1 sunrise sunis just about at the horizon and sits behind a cloud formation lighting the sky in different areas.

pic 2 as the sun reachs it rise from the horizon, just barely getting to the sensor its a different type of shot

pic 3 i full zoom on all cameras Is-DV2 is SmartZoom all digital zoom 4x

Below are two extra day shots IS-DV2 only regular shot of the Cruise line, and a Smart Zoom at 4x All pics were taken on the same day 90 plus and hot hazy humid.

There is no need to Further take day shots or other as you may notice pictures are pictures

The Aiptek MPVr will snap a sharper clearer pic, 2nd will be Mustek and third IS-dv2 with its smooth soft look the IS-DV2 takes the sameshots as the IS-Dv and lacks sharpness

The aiptek IS-DV2 and MUstek dv4500 lack a powerful flash MPVR winner IS-DV2 low light Mustek nill. these are my comparision stills more may be added at a later time thank you

IS-DV2

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Mustek dv4500

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IS-DV2





2. 4x Smart Zoom




2. Inside low light situation shot.

1st shot MPVr with its flash,2nd IS-DV2 with its flash, 3rd shot with flash andnight mode

these were re taken to correct the issuewhy a low lightwould work or not. in certain situations, the hybrids will take a perfect shot, here we see just that. this truely answers how 6 feet is required to be its max in flash, the further you go the lower its lighting










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JVC 4x optical zoom. 640x480 res 1 meg camera

Aiptek Dv5300 4x zoom digital

aiptek MPVr 4x digital zoom

Mustek dv4500 4x digital zoom

Aiptek IS-DV2 4x digital zoom, and Smart Zoom

As I edited in here due to the Dragon fly revisiting the next day I got video footage as well as other camera brands.

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JVC gr-39U....................................IS-DV2..........................jvc 32x otical



Aiptek dv5300..........................Aiptek MPVr..................Mustek Dv4500



I believe I should have taken one with another hybrid but did not think of it.

the point here is optical vs digital zoom Smart Zoom.

even better video as well

1 aiptek dv5300 http://media.putfile.com/IMG-0002-56

2 aiptek MPVr low res http://media.putfile.com/CLIP0002-76-34

3 aiptek mpvr high reshttp://media.putfile.com/CLIP0003

4 mustek dv4500 http://media.putfile.com/IMAG0002-15

5. Aiptek IS-DV2 reg 4x zoom high res http://media.putfile.com/CLIP0030

6 Is-DV2 smart 4x zoom http://media.putfile.com/CLIP0031-97



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Old Jul 31, 2006, 12:41 PM   #4
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dl1KG78SJXQ

here's avideo of the IS-DV2 on a drive it was about 17 minutes long I cut it down to 3 .5 minutes and its in fast motion.

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