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    My first (professional) and only camera I ever cared about. R.I.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry_Lasater View Post
    I wonder if the HVX200(A) is soon to follow...
    Doubtful, I would think.
    The DVX was introduced in what... 2003 or so? So it's been out in the world for 8 years.
    By that timetable the HVX still has at least a few years left on it.
    Granted, things have changed in the last couple of years faster than they had in the past... but I would still venture to guess the HVX might be here for a while longer.

    That tape drive is definitely showing it's age though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Luis Caffesse View Post
    That tape drive is definitely showing it's age though.
    Precisely why I raised the question.
    Practice safe filmmaking; use a concept.


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    Shot my first short film back in 2004 with this camera. It will be missed.
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    I wish I still had one. I'd make a sad tribute piece for it.


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    Thank you DVX100b, you were my first serious camera, you taught me much and are probably still the camera i enjoyed shooting the most random of random things to learn about framing, editing, exposure, color correction, and how to film a scene.

    Cheers old friend! I am feeling nostalgic about an electronic device.....

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    Wow, thanks for DVX100!
    Get me out of this 8bit world!


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    Thanks for the DVX100. I started with the DVX100, then the HMC150 and changed my DVX100 for the DVX100b.

    Still have it for clients asking for DV tapes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A. Beal View Post
    The DVX100 actually changed my life.
    This.

    16x9, 480p and professional cam totally changed it all for me. Crazy to think how I knew nothing of video about 3-4years ago.


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    DVX100A for me in March-ish 2004. I maxed out my credit card at the time to jump-start my film making. No regrets.

    And now, let us bow our heads and take a moment of silence...

    R.I.P. Panasonic DVX100(A)(B)

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    I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by canceling it.



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