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    hi all. i am videographer from Georgia. i have camera hvx200 and i am interested wich one is better hvx200 sony fs100 or mark II for home video shooting or for film production.

    my opinion is that hvx 200 is noisy camera but has good (natural colored) picture then fs100, mark II is also noisy but less the hvx.
    please write your opinions and if you have some footages, i will be happy to see it. side by side sony fs100 vs hvx200 vs markII.
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    hi all. i am videographer from Georgia. i have camera hvx200 and i am interested wich one is better hvx200 sony fs100 or mark II for home video shooting or for film production.

    my opinion is that hvx 200 is noisy camera but has good (natural colored) picture then fs100, mark II is also noisy but less the hvx.
    please write your opinions and if you have some footages, i will be happy to see it. side by side sony fs100 vs hvx200 vs markII.
    Thanks.


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    Sensor Size my friend. The bigger the better.



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    Way too many differences in the cameras you've listed and no clear idea of what or how you shoot.

    Home video and film production are rather different needs.

    The HVX, FS100, and 5D2 are also rather different cameras... based simply on size, I likely wouldn't shoot home video with an HVX or FS100. I wouldn't shoot anything that relied on in-camera audio or long takes with a 5D2. Bigger sensor isn't always better if you want to get reliable focus on a subject. HVX is useless if you want to shoot without lots of light.

    so yeah, think about how you shoot and how you need a camera to be shaped and how you need it to operate. With that all in mind, it's a simple matter of checking boxes for what you need.


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