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Old Dec 27, 2007, 6:42 PM   #1
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These are a Screen shot. can you tell which is which? what are your thoughts. No special shooting is involved





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Old Dec 27, 2007, 7:19 PM   #2
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Having owned the A-HD, it's easy to say that pic2 is from the A-HD. Because the A-HD is full of that blueish hue that's always all over the picture. I hated it just for that thus returned it and will get a HD700 instead.
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I'm going to guess that photo #1 is the HD700 because the white balance is less yellow than the A-HD. When you give the answer let us know which onehas truer colors. WhatI noticed about the A-HD were the colors which were very saturated. Made for some pretty (but unreal) fall colorshots. I leave my HD700 on vivid and that seems to provide true to life colors.
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Old Dec 27, 2007, 7:54 PM   #4
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Both correct. I am amazed in the difference and again these are from videos a screen caption to show the differences, one may go this way or the other

thanks Guys, we'll see a poormans camcorder . vz, aa better camcorder need a name for the Sanny now lol
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