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Old Feb 3, 2006, 12:22 PM   #11
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Gusher, you could take it to a store that sells C6 and compare low-light video performance. If it really is faulty, then contact your credit card & invoke its purchase protection plan (if it has one). My Visa has purchase protection insurance that protects against this exact situation.
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Old Feb 3, 2006, 10:21 PM   #12
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Folks - c6 is already in US with full warranty and 30-days return - don't try to save $50 and then get into trouble! Gusher, it is pity :-(
I agree there is no point in buying from an importer at this time. But when I bought mine in mid-December, I was in a big hurry because I was taking my family to Disneyland for Christmas and really wanted the C6 for that. I knew I was taking a risk with the warranty because Plemix was clear that if something went wrong after the first 7 days, you are SOL.

I'll look into grunchy's suggestions to compare my camera against one in a store, because I'm not even sure it is defective. I'll also look into whether my card has purchaser's protection if I find out the camera is defective.
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Old Feb 3, 2006, 10:57 PM   #13
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[...]Noise ninja or neat image are must-have applications, luckily you can apply them at any time in the future (if the software is too expensive today,[...]
The Neat Image "Demo" versionis free for non-commercial use and it works great. Don't let theterm "Demo" version dissuade you, it's fully functional,has no time limit andthe "slightly-limited functionality" (their words) may not even affect you.
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Old Feb 6, 2006, 4:07 PM   #14
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Hey that's right, the Neat Image "demo" is not time limited!

There's a program somebody put together, which seems extremely complicated, but it creates a MS-DOS batch program to use Neat Image to reduce the noise of AVI files, one frame at a time. You can find it using Google "neat batch". I've tried it and had not any success, plus it seems like a gigantic hassle to get it to work. Has anybody else tried this?
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