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Old July 24th, 2003, 05:11 AM   #1
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Question for Allan (or anyone)

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Allan, since the hoopla began with the MX3000, have you noticed any significant video improvement with the MX5000 and GS100? I bet you can see the difference in 16:9 mode, but how about playback on a large S-video, 4:3 TV?

Which description would you pick?

1) Startling
2) Noticeable
3) Barely noticeable
4) Don't know
5) Can't tell - I need new eye glasses
6) What are you talking about now?
7) Wait for the MX8000
8) Don't bother me
9) I want HD now, and not that MPEG2 stuff
10) I'm kind of busy right now
11) No thanks
12) I own a GL2 and love it
13) What's a MX?
14) Wait 'til after South Park is over
15) What was that again?


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Old July 24th, 2003, 05:15 AM   #2
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Old July 24th, 2003, 09:35 AM   #3
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Old July 24th, 2003, 06:12 PM   #4
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My guess would be #2, but I have no way of seeing other than comparing the specs and res tests. #5 is also applicable in my case because I keep having to take my glasses off to look at the LCD or viewfinder; and I do believe I'm long overdue for new eyewear. However, what the Hell! I can always point and shoot in auto mode. Mounted on a good tripod, it's easy to point and pan. The only trouble is I have to dismount 'er to change the tape. (I'm a bottom loader owner.) Okay, gotta go. South Park is on! :)


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