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    Thanks, will be very interesting to see how they perform. Especially curious about the new lens.


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    Got into this discussion over on another forum. Is the HPX250 a one or three chip camera? Panasonic literature is vague.
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    Mark

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    Three MOS 2.2-megapixel 1/3" imagers.

    The only single-chip camera they offer is the AF100; all other Panasonic Broadcast products are three chips.


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    Hi,
    This is probably a stupid question, but i'm finally planning on upgrading from my DVX
    to either the AC160 or AC130
    I was just wondering if my DVX batteries will work with these cameras


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    I for one will buy 2 of these,as I have spent a fortune on all the different P2 cards I didn't want to go with a AF100 and then buy a Nanoflash or another external recorder.I love my HVX's but I always found the images a little noisy and the light sensitivity was pretty bad againt say Sony Ex 1 & 3.
    This now gives me what I wished for,a AVC Intra 100 recorder 10 bit like the HPX370,3100 etc.HDMI out so I can use my 8 inch monitors.A much,much higher resolution viewfinder.Now thats icing on the cake as I always struggled with sharp focus and I hated lugging around my 24 inch LED monitors.

    My beloved HVX's will be my back up cameras (I'd never part with them)and Now I have a camera thats affordable and I can get some of my clients back that I lost to EX3 owners.I now have a superior codec,low light,why would anyone use long gop cameras.

    Yep cannot wait for this one.


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