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Old Dec 28, 2012, 7:40 PM   #61
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Only with the theater I had this issue. I clearly see the color and not at all correct? I do not hold it against Sony or me. Just found out the hard way. In the near future will be my decision. it was made already Lol till then keep posted
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Old Dec 29, 2012, 12:31 PM   #62
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Taking pictures inside theaters is tricky because of the different types of lights used. Most cameras will struggle adjusting the WB correctly and since there are so much variation in terms of light intensity and color, adjusting the WB manually won't help much either.
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Old Dec 29, 2012, 2:48 PM   #63
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that is excellent advice, since I had time to sit and snap the shot, I thought the camera would have that amount of sense to correctly grab the color.
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Old Dec 29, 2012, 6:49 PM   #64
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While viewing a saved video just made on a iPad mini. I was complimented on how nice the video came out. How a crisp video from that camera.

Now after what I have not me filmed and will later. Will determine my decesion. On the camera

I passed in the aisle a Nikon man that camera I super mini. Wow!

Until the peace
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Are you referring to the Nikon 1?
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Old Dec 30, 2012, 3:46 PM   #66
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not sure it was that smallest one next to the J1.
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Old Jan 12, 2013, 7:46 AM   #67
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It has been fun. The Sony I have, taken a gentle fall, broke the LCD screen. Got a new lcd and it is no good. will look deeper into this?

So I guess I may just put up for spare parts?

And just enjoy my HX9V?

I did not lose out on the camera, the camera was purchased with points, so it served its purpose.

I shot many pictures, and video, and wished I had the MP4 available in 1920x1080? Here are some shots.





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Old Feb 9, 2013, 3:46 PM   #68
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My sony HX20V is no longer my main camera and has taken a very gentle fall, that damaged the lcd screen.. I ordered and tried to repair, and can not get the lcd t owork. I am not upset, I now have the camera, and will have to hook up to a tv. set the cam to a spicific setting and say that is it.

It was fun while it lated. and I am on a hunt for a new cam, but not here at steves forums. thanks for all teh fun. still here to answer any questions
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Sorry to hear about your camera (although you don't seem to be that upset). I hope you find the right camera. Maybe you should consider an NEX model or perhaps m4/3. They are small and very capable cameras.
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Old Feb 10, 2013, 7:52 AM   #70
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Why get upset, no reason to cry over it? My purchase was rewards points used, and I already own a great cam the sony HX9V. This was just some added features, and locked ones that sony will not release.

I will not purchase another Sony camera. I will not go super small as I am not a kid with Eagle eyes.
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