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Old January 11th, 2006, 03:19 PM   #16
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I mean the 7000 and an HD1 replacement. The HD1 was originally introduced at PMA in March, so we might see its replacement then.

But, the Pro group could replace the HD10 which could mean 3 new camcorders from JVC in the next 6 months.

After Sanyo introduced an under $800 720p30 camcorder that uses MPEG-4 I wonder if JVC will "leap ahead" again with an AVC/H.264 camcorder that records to a hard disk.
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Old January 11th, 2006, 09:56 PM   #17
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Old January 11th, 2006, 10:01 PM   #18
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Well, we'll have to wait and see. They have to say that because otherwise people might decide to wait for the 'updated' version.
I don't agree. They could just have said nothing. Nobody would never know and people would not accuse them of lying if they do replace it on summer. As it is now, it will make more damage since the guy who said it is known and pretty high in the JVC food chain. If they do it, it will look bad for JVC.

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It is hard to believe that they would release a brand new product and consider it mature.
No itís not. He was obviously talking about this version, which if they had to replace it already with only 6 months would mean it wasnít a mature and ready product.

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On the other hand, the upgrade might come in 2-3 years
Thatís what I think. Itís about the same time between the DV500 and DV5000 and seems to be how the camera industry works in generally.
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Old January 11th, 2006, 11:01 PM   #19
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If they do it, it will look bad for JVC.
Very true...

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He was obviously talking about this version, which if they had to replace it already with only 6 months would mean it wasnít a mature and ready product.
That still doesn't make it a 'mature' product. Don't take me wrong, I just picked up one and I also own the deck. It is my workflow now and I am prepared to live with it (for the next 2 or so years). Is it mature? Not necessary. There are issues we all are aware of that should, and probably will, be addressed. Via a firmware? Maybe. Maybe by a "A" or "200" version without neccessary "replacing" the camera with another model. THAT might make it "mature".

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Thatís what I think. Itís about the same time between the DV500 and DV5000 and seems to be how the camera industry works in generally.
Again, very true. Like the Sony DSR-500 going to DSR-570.
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