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Old February 15th, 2006, 12:58 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by John Vincent
You seem to have an educated opinion on which set-up to use...So, if you were me (cheap :) ), what would you use now?
Not sure what you mean...that IS the set-up I would use now. I'm cheap too. :) If I could afford it, I would consider upgrading the PC, but that's about it. I really like Premiere Pro and Aspect HD.

Actually, one other thing I would consider getting eventually is a component capture card. That way I could get 720p60 at 4:2:2 from the analogue output on the HD100.

But first, my priority is getting that dang lens upgraded. It has its good points, but could be much better. (At least I'm grateful the HD100 came with a lens at all.)
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Old February 15th, 2006, 02:29 PM   #17
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Good post, excellent work. I use both XL1's and GL's. Your information will be usefull in my budget requests.

My wife was wondering why I spend so much time researching the subject, she always liked the sharp images from the canon. Until I installed our new 40" Sony Wega LCD, and she watched one her soaps simulcasted on the HD channel. She is not the technically inclined person, but judging her by reaction, in spite of having to pay "..too much for a TV", I can see that SD is a doomed format.

The image sells itself.
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