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Look of the VX-2100 versus the HDR-FX1 adive needed.

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Harlan RichterLook of the VX-2100 versus the HDR-FX1 adive needed.
by on Oct 7, 2005 at 2:00:50 pm

I am thinking about getting a HDR-FX1 to use as a third camera at wedding shoots. Will the video shot on my other vx-2100s look about the same as the video shot on the HDR-FX1 (hot in dv mode)? ( lighting, color etc.)

Harlan


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MatteRe: Look of the VX-2100 versus the HDR-FX1 adive needed.
by on Oct 9, 2005 at 8:35:25 pm

Is there some OTHER reason you want to buy the FX1 other than to match as a third camcorder?

The VX2100 and FX1 camcorders are not designed to "match" each other and they won't, without a lot of "adjusting".


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Harlan RichterRe: Look of the VX-2100 versus the HDR-FX1 adive needed.
by on Oct 9, 2005 at 9:56:27 pm

It makes more sense to buy newer technology that to invest in another vx2100 ( older technology). Or does it make more sense to buy another vx2100 and wait until the HD world moves forward and then sell my vx2100s and buy all HDs?.

I am on the fence on this one.

Your advice?

Harlan


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Lou BrunoRe: Look of the VX-2100 versus the HDR-FX1 adive needed.
by on Oct 9, 2005 at 11:26:18 pm

There has been many articles written on the subject.

The general consensus is the the FX-1 has a better picture in SD than the VX/PD series. The FX-1 also requires that the operator has the ability to work the camera manually for a better picture. Though the FX-1 is not considered a low light camera compared to the aforementioned, it is not as bad as individuals are proclaiming.
Most of the issues are the result of lack of PRO camera experience.

Lou Bruno


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