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Sony HVR-A1 and HDR-HC Series
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Old April 19th, 2008, 05:37 PM   #1
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HC9 lowlight vs. hv30/20

Ok, I'm sure this has been debated throughly but not haven't been able to track down the thread.

What's the consensus, is the canon series HV20/30 really significantly better in low light? I'll be shooting a lot indoors so it's an important decision maker for me.

Also, curious, anyone know if you can playback sony hdv tapes on the hv20/30 for tape deck / computer interface purposes? It'd be nice to buy a cam that also operates as a tape deck for my Sony FX1.

Thanks for feedback,
Michael
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Old April 21st, 2008, 12:39 AM   #2
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Ok, I'm sure this has been debated throughly but not haven't been able to track down the thread.

What's the consensus, is the canon series HV20/30 really significantly better in low light? I'll be shooting a lot indoors so it's an important decision maker for me.

Also, curious, anyone know if you can playback sony hdv tapes on the hv20/30 for tape deck / computer interface purposes? It'd be nice to buy a cam that also operates as a tape deck for my Sony FX1.

Thanks for feedback,
Michael
My answer to the first question is no. To the second question, it is yes.
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