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Re: How are new camcorders in low light?

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Brian LouisRe: How are new camcorders in low light?
by on Nov 20, 2009 at 12:04:29 pm

[Hector Melendez] "but it don't specify that works with VX's with camera start/stop command. Can't accept doing manually..."
You are going to play hell finding a unit that will work with a particular cam's controls unless the unit is specifically made for the cam, example of this is the Sony HVR-MRC1 compact flash recorder that I mentioned to you in a previous post, it will work in the manual mode with a VX but for it to work in conjunction with a cam's controls it would have to be used with a Sony Z5U or Z7U which has docking capabilities for it. To get reasonable low light use in a HD camcorder like Jeff mentioned, it has to have a large enough pixel size in proportion to the HD pixel count which results in more expensive imaging chips because of the larger area needed, and more expensive glass that goes along with it, example the HDcam EX series which has 1/2" chips and has good low light




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