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Old February 7th, 2014, 09:33 PM   #16
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Re: DSLR vs "Traditional" Video Camera

The NX30 hasn't been mentioned - same sensor and BOSS gimbal as the CX7xx series, so it's KILLER handheld, and it has the XLR block/mic so it looks a tad more pro (you can add on to a CX7xx or PJ7xx camera to make it look more pro too).

The RX10 is a solid performer from what experience many of us have had with it, and there's the wild card of the CX900 and AX100, if you can wait about a month or so to get actual hands on reports....
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