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Old March 18th, 2007, 11:22 PM   #16
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I have shot lots of very fast motion using the 480p60 mode on a JVC HD10, and it simply out performs any DV cam I have done similar shots with. Although i wouldn't recommend that cam due to its high degree of difficulty, the newer HD100/110 offer this same mode in a much better cam. The HVX200 has a 720p60 mode but its storage system would make it impracticable for long acquisition. And if the money is there, the HD200 has a 720p60 mode.
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