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    I have an EX1 for a weekend. Anyone want me to run tests? (UPDATE)
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    Title says it all. I have an EX for the weekend and I was wondering if there was anything you guys would like me to try out. I will obviously be testing the EXs ability to handle fluorescent lighting, flashes of light, wobble, and skew, but is there something you guys would like to know that I could find out for you?
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    Live Composite output at non-standard frame-rates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikkowilson View Post
    Live Composite output at non-standard frame-rates.

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    So composite, not component then?


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    yes. Composite. SD. For simple external monitoring, you need composite..


    Of course feel free to test as many outputs as you can.




    Oh, and do the SxS "clip-drop" test. ... record a few unimportant clips to a card, and then eject it while recording. What happens? How about if you power off while recording? Remove the battery?

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    I think most people want to know about the vignetting issue and whether it's a limited-sample defect or something that's affecting all the units.


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    Take it in an airplane and see if it can withstand 12 Gs....LOL.....they did 10 Gs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green View Post
    I think most people want to know about the vignetting issue and whether it's a limited-sample defect or something that's affecting all the units.
    What focal length/focal distance/f-stop are people seeing it at usually?


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    Lots of threads on DVInfo that have discussed it. Maybe SteveT or DXMetal will stop by to give you more info?


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    I'd like to get mine (I'm on the list) and do some EX1 HVX comparisons.
    "There are 10 types of people in the world. Those that understand binary and those that don't"


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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernFilmMaker View Post
    Take it in an airplane and see if it can withstand 12 Gs....LOL.....they did 10 Gs
    LOL...

    Yes, I watched those videos. Amazing.
    http://bssc.sel.sony.com/Broadcastan...oGallery.shtml


    The vignetting issue was viewed from the 10mm-25mm range, but may be different. Yes, check it out. I will be checking mine tomorrow. I know the range is strange, but we all saw the video.

    So far we know of two, walts and Paul (dvinfo).
    The other reports in have been fine.


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