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Old Jan 1, 2008, 9:31 AM   #651
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nice site. great bussines if popular. I have purchased at your local stores a ice scraper handel, added a min tripod head and a conduit clamp, got myself a Monopod. attached a flag pole holder and off I went filming the shakiness of the bike and the pole counteract, casuing a smooth but not 100% accurate steady shot, it works great. there is a site called boomstix. a few bucks it cost me, and very interesting how we can duplicate things we see , I made a short vid on how to and demo'd too. again a very interesting device
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Old Jan 1, 2008, 3:29 PM   #652
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http://www.vimeo.com/464203was Introduced to a vimeo video by VB.... and thought I just try some filming I hadsome problems converting so justenjoy thevideo it is remastered and a lil quuality was lost, you may ind the tenique realy fun to do,
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Old Jan 2, 2008, 3:29 PM   #653
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4 camcorders sound test. I can go another 4 if like to makea total of 8, even 12 if like:G

Sound 1 best no noise -----10 extreme worse noise

the Jvc is analog. you'll hear its tape. 4

the casio is MP3stereo you'll notice any noise 1

Aiptek Mono 7

Sanyo 3-4
I just did a quick test in my office here: http://www.vimeo.com/466410

If you turn your PC volume up and compare mine to your video tests above you can see the hiss is much more prominent than yours and seems to be as bad as your Aiptek. In fact your Sanyo seems pretty silent in comparison. Do you agree? Anyone else?

If this is confirmed then I'll send it back for exchange.

Anyone else care to upload a comparison video of their Sanyo to vimeo for further comparison?
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Old Jan 2, 2008, 3:43 PM   #654
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I just did a quick test in my office here: http://www.vimeo.com/466410

If you turn your PC volume upcomparison?

http://media.putfile.com/noise-95-74 compare this to your sanyo it is the aiptek. in order to compare i am bettingyou will not post your voice call my bluff:G


RGVCAM you must place not just Silience, in order for me to confirm you must come foward by just allowing 5 secs sileince and say something at arms length this will trigger the Mic. test one test two test three.

It confirms only the camera has White noise on a level, and what level nothing to a voice is present.

best of yet. that noise will nevergo away it is embedded
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Old Jan 2, 2008, 4:38 PM   #655
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http://www.vimeo.com/466539bight shot with manual setting all auto.

as I like theDinershot, and was Wowedby the screen ata full dark Drive one Idecided to place on manual , rather Auto focus, too much bouncng stabilizerber a fix or yes softeware does that .

Justtake note members ask what about night, low light dark, etc no matter what no light no video lighton the object video, happyFilming
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I just did a quick test in my office here: http://www.vimeo.com/466410

If you turn your PC volume upcomparison?

http://media.putfile.com/noise-95-74 compare this to your sanyo it is the aiptek. in order to compare i am bettingyou will not post your voice call my bluff:G


RGVCAM you must place not just Silience, in order for me to confirm you must come foward by just allowing 5 secs sileince and say something at arms length this will trigger the Mic. test one test two test three.

It confirms only the camera has White noise on a level, and what level nothing to a voice is present.

best of yet. that noise will nevergo away it is embedded
How about this one? http://www.vimeo.com/466517

The hiss is still there even when I am speaking. It seems to be me that there is more hiss in mine than your HD700.
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Mke sure you unprotect it before i can see thank you:blah:
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Old Jan 2, 2008, 5:34 PM   #658
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VB Here is something I found at work, it only required a lil filing to get the lens in, the hard part would be the bend or break. I have a second one. and what I am planning would be for a solid fit to the Hd 700 a second layer would give me the fit on the device slide down , lift up.




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Mke sure you unprotect it before i can see thank you:blah:
Sorry about that. I have noticed it happens every now and then yet I don't remember ever setting it to private!
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http://www.vimeo.com/466750this is a sound test,live

there are two sound sources playing



awaiting the Download link from Vimeo

what I can comment to onevideo in Vimeo may have some type of interference.

http://www.vimeo.com/428822this one of a high pitch, no other video had this.

The sound test ws perfect, awaiting Vimeo to place the Downloadable file up. If you wait some time for this video I just blasted my Stereo, and went down to silience. you'll take not not a hissing sound at all on the clip , until you have silience, his is Normal due to the Internal componants.



If yo beilieve you have issues, return If you can live with it keep it, if you are undecided research more.

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