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    If you're used to the workflow of miniDV the...

    If you're used to the workflow of miniDV the Canon XH-A1 would be a great fit for you. They are super reliable, relatively compact and light and best of all: cheap.

    While the VX1000 is a staple...
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    Here's a fun fact about the HMC150 from the...

    Here's a fun fact about the HMC150 from the perspective of a company that's sold hundreds of used ones: they are reliable to a fault. To my knowledge we've never had an HMC150 returned for any kind...
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    It's a pretty easy job if you don't mind tearing...

    It's a pretty easy job if you don't mind tearing the camera open. You're basically removing the bottom panel and the left panel. You remove the LCD panel from the inside (two screws hold on the...
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    If the XH-G1 is similar to the XL-H1 (and I have...

    If the XH-G1 is similar to the XL-H1 (and I have no reason to assume it wouldn't be) you don't get audio from SDI. So in your case everything is working as normal. We have an XH-G1 here. I'll try...
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    I realize this thread is as old as time but what...

    I realize this thread is as old as time but what about the HMC40 as an alternative or simply replacing the HVX200 with the HMC150 which is significantly lighter and smaller. The HVX200 was really a...
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    The XH-A1 is still an amazing camera, especially...

    The XH-A1 is still an amazing camera, especially for the money. It's rock solid in terms of reliability, produces a great image out of the box and it's cheap. Many don't know about the XH-G1 which...
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