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Old December 30th, 2005, 06:29 AM   #76
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Interesting replys. Right now I shoot with the XL-1s and am doing quit well with it, in truth, I love this mother. At "work" I often do health education videos for the general public. These are done for specific communities, ie, Oak Ridge, TN or other communities around waste facilities. I shoot in SD because the community people we send these to have either dvd or VHS. I don't think there is an HDTV in the community that could play an HD dvd, remember, these are usually not your high income communities. However, as the future moves on I must tell you all that the Centers for Disease Control, the CDC, in Atlanta has a video broadcast department that has gone completely HD. They even have a full broadcast studio in the basement. So if I really have to shoot HD they also have two new Panny HVX-200's on order. Now again for me, when my lovely XL-1s goes to the big repair shop in the sky I will go with the XL-2, as my particular audiance will be using SD for a long, long time. Bob
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Old December 30th, 2005, 07:26 AM   #77
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Now that everyone has made their feelings more than clear, I think we can close this thread and move on to other things...
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