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Sony TRV950 / PDX10 Companion
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Old May 5th, 2003, 04:32 PM   #16
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Sorry Tor my comments were'nt directed entirely to you but at all the posts Ive read on both this forum and others about Bluetooth and how people have been put off cams that have it, no one is saying it has to be used but its there if you want it. I could'nt agree more with your comments on the 950 and how you can blend in with the crowd ang get first rate footage. I shot a wedding with a 950 the other week and everyone thought I was a guest, the footage I got of everyone was so natural, I normally use a Canon XL1 and everyone seems very concious of it and similar large cams. This is the great advantage of smaller cams like the 950/PDX10/Pana MX500/0 etc.
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