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Old July 19th, 2007, 01:37 PM   #1
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Well, i am looking at purchasing about 3 cameras to give out for people to use to film there deer hunts. Do you guys have any suggestions for a decent low light camera with a real good price. We are on a serious budget and dont need anything specials except that it will produce a decent picture in low light and 3ccd.
Thanks for any input. Great appreciated, cause I cant make a decision on what to go with.
I was looking on ebay at sony's TRV950, but they say they have bad low light. ??????????
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Old July 19th, 2007, 02:38 PM   #2
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Well, i am looking at purchasing about 3 cameras to give out for people to use to film there deer hunts. Do you guys have any suggestions for a decent low light camera with a real good price. We are on a serious budget and dont need anything specials except that it will produce a decent picture in low light and 3ccd.
Thanks for any input. Great appreciated, cause I cant make a decision on what to go with.
I was looking on ebay at sony's TRV950, but they say they have bad low light. ??????????
As compared to what, and for what purpose. Ultimately, best thing in 3ccd prosumer cameras for low light is the PD150,170/VX2000/2100 line from Sony. All others are judged by these. But in most daylight situations, it would expect the Panny GS series and the Sony 950 to provide adequate video. In total darkness, its another story... so you need to be more specific about need for low light capability.
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