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Sony VX2100 / PD170 / PDX10 Companion
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Old August 12th, 2003, 11:44 PM   #16
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Was just playing around with it. You really do get what you pay for. The autofocus is so fast and quiet. I went into a dark room and put on one small light and the camera made it look like the entire room was brightly lit, that will work very nice at wedding receptions where the DJs like to turn the lights almost off.

I did get it to fit into the bag that IBuyDigital.com sent me without too much trouble. It's actually a very nice bag, tamrac Pro Convertible - 709 (one sold on ebay for $141). It is slightly better suited for the pro still photographer, but what the heck, it was a throw in for buying the warrenty.

Just bought two extra batteries on Ebay. A friend is going to set me up with a Bogen tripod. Now I need some mics.

Can't wait to start making some money with my new camera.

Thanks again for the advice and encouragement.
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