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Old February 28th, 2007, 12:44 PM   #16
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Interesting bit of info.

I was chatting with the guys that make "cops" one night and they said they had put all cameras through the paces and none of them held up good enough for their show.

The 200/250 was not yet out or even heard of.

I wonder if they'll use it.

They were looking for something small and relatively inexpensive that could hold the HD res in high motion. 60P was made just for that imo.
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Old February 28th, 2007, 07:45 PM   #17
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kaku,
To get back to your original question (sorry for the digressions) - Have you looked at the video in this post:
http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthrea...422#post633422
Some good looking swish pans.
Sean, thanks, I missed that one.
I have no complaint on the video. But the swish pans, wasn't it mixed with the post effect? Anyhow, by looking at the boxers swaying and shooting punches, I like how it comes out. JVC looks like to going to let me test HD250, so I will see how it turns out for mountainbike video and I can certainly share that here.
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Old February 28th, 2007, 07:54 PM   #18
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Interesting bit of info.

I was chatting with the guys that make "cops" one night and they said they had put all cameras through the paces and none of them held up good enough for their show.

The 200/250 was not yet out or even heard of.

I wonder if they'll use it.

They were looking for something small and relatively inexpensive that could hold the HD res in high motion. 60P was made just for that imo.

They must need to pan fast and riding in the car and shoot type of things, so they must be really picky but I need the same kind of torrelance.
If they decide to pick it up then I'm going to feel confident.
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