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Batman4oz wrote:It does sound fairly impressive...but...I still have my doubts about this particular, and ever-popular, Shape for a camera. Those who have one (any kind, but this shape)...how comfortable is it while using?
Oh..and now I know why CompUSA and Circuit City went out of B&M business...they are trying to sell this camera for $328.99!! Yipes!
They are owned by one company now that had nothing to do with their original Brick & Mortar day...
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The people who are claiming that the video quality is great are the same people that own a HD television feeding the input with standard definition sources and think they are watching HD because the TV is. 30 frames per second will never be considered HD by anyone other than by the marketing people who say so. The flicker and jitter is intolerable. These cameras will only give somewhat acceptable results at 60 fps at 720P. They are just like a simple point and shoot and will provide very similar results of most new cell phone video recordings.
As for the Sony mentioned earlier, a 4x digital zoom lens is an oxymoron.
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