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Old July 20th, 2006, 08:22 PM   #16
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Whatever clips you find will most likely be highly compressed so I don't know how valuable it will be. I have three clips posted at my website if you want to view them. The Waterscapes clip is mostly shot with the GL-1 and GL-2, the Amicalola and Gulfshore clips are all DVC30. I feel the DVC30 image quality is superior to the GL-1 and just a hair above the GL-2. But if you are agonizing over your choice I don't think you will be disappointed with either the GL-2 or DVC30. They are just different and if you handle both of them you choice may be easier.
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