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    just wondering why the price is $2200 more for an ex1?
    i like the hpx because its a bit smaller, but i wanted to know more about the ex1


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    ^^^^6


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindquist View Post
    just wondering why the price is $2200 more for an ex1?
    i like the hpx because its a bit smaller, but i wanted to know more about the ex1
    Different brands, different pricing policies.
    The EX1R also is a very recent update, maybe the NAB brings the same for the HPX and prices will get closer again.
    Recording media is another issue and depending on special bundle deals the cameras may end up similar in price.

    As for the difference of the cameras itself and why you would choose the one over the other (and thus maybe spend more or less) have a look around the 100 threads here, discussing this...
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    If i want tht video sharpness look of the Ex1, i rather go and just spend $800 on a Canon T2i.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyStudio 13 View Post
    If i want tht video sharpness look of the Ex1, i rather go and just spend $800 on a Canon T2i.

    This comment is just ridiculous.
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    off the top of my head. the ex1 has a much better lcd screen. Its really not a deal breaker for me though.


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    I assume the HPX170 and ex1r are the cameras being discussed...

    Larger screen, larger chips, full resolution chips, newer design, SDI and HDMI ports, better sensitivity, better resolving power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PerroneFord View Post
    This comment is just ridiculous.
    How so ? I have never failed to see folks commenting on how organic and film like panasonic cameras make. From the dvx-es to the hpx-es granted they are not as sharp as the Sonys, and to me* tht is actually its key strength and preference. And yes i used to own n operate the EX 1.


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    What Perrone means (I presume) is because the EX1 delivers a much sharper picture than any t2i does, and that the t2i isn't in any way comparable to an EX1 as a video camera goes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green View Post
    What Perrone means (I presume) is because the EX1 delivers a much sharper picture than any t2i does, and that the t2i isn't in any way comparable to an EX1 as a video camera goes.
    Bingo. And not saying anything MORE than that. Put "sharp" in a sentence with EX1 and T2i and one of these things doesn't fit.
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