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Old June 14th, 2006, 07:49 PM   #1
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MY VX2100 vs MY FX-1 and HC-1

No matter how much I like my FX-1/HC-1 -HD cameras, I still keep coming back to use my VX2100. It certainly is THE KING (along with the PD 170) of low, low light!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just my opinion.

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Old June 14th, 2006, 08:23 PM   #2
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No matter how much I like my FX-1/HC-1 -HD cameras, I still keep coming back to use my VX2100. It certainly is THE KING (along with the PD 170) of low, low light!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just my opinion.

LOU
Yeah, Lou it does best in low light. But for 16:9 wide screen, and HD resolution, the FX-1 is the right tool. I have the VX2000 and still find myself using it a lot, depending especially on expected output to 4:3, but when I was on vacation by the river recently, the FX-1 stuff is just so much more detailed and beautiful.
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Old June 15th, 2006, 07:30 AM   #3
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Yes.....I agree to that. The picture sure has "punch" to it. Too bad they can't make it as light sensitive as the VX/PD series.

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Yeah, Lou it does best in low light. But for 16:9 wide screen, and HD resolution, the FX-1 is the right tool. I have the VX2000 and still find myself using it a lot, depending especially on expected output to 4:3, but when I was on vacation by the river recently, the FX-1 stuff is just so much more detailed and beautiful.
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