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Craig SeemanRe: DCR-VX2100
by on Jan 30, 2005 at 5:58:43 pm

Make sure you get what you need. My experience is that when shooting low light wedding receptions and you've gained up to +12db (or more) than the Sony will be much less nosier.

I believe that the DVX-100a needs even more light in progressive mode (30p/24p) than in interlace (60i), which may mean an even nosier (or darker) image in low light. Of course you could buy a good on camera light but some potential wedding clients specifically ask for low/no lighting so as not to disturb the guests. You just have to make sure you get the right camera for your (potential) client base.


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