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    Just bought a well taken care of DVX-100B
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    Just received my DVX-100B in the mail today and the previous owner took good care of it. On top of that it only has 163 hours on it.

    Chris in Decatur, Georgia. If you are a part of this forum thank you so much. Chris included a lot of accessories including the original with two 5 hour batteries, A really good camera back pack, a rewinder, 24ft firewire. To make it even better the original handbook!

    Here are a few photos

    http://s33.photobucket.com/user/Mach...ary/AG-DVX100B


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    Ah nice. Enjoy it.
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    It's a lovely camera. Good luck with it


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    while I am going to use it to film, as with my PV-DV400 I will use it as my "web/skype" Cam. I noticed that even though modern webcams have to ridiculous contrast a 24p or 30p SD camera looks way better than the crap they have passing for web cams now-a-days.


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    Would have sold you my DVX100B - how much did you pay for it? Love the camera but everything is HD and moving quickly to 4K. I now use a DVX200 and love it.


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    I know the feeling. Been wanting a Canon XL1s since I was a kid (the camera on the front of ALL the magazines!), and finally came across one at a garage sale last week. Mint condition and fully operational for just $20. It's fun to step back a bit in time, and use yesterday's tools with the skills learned since then. Kind of gives some confidence that it's not JUST the camera making the images!

    If nothing else, it looks really great as an office decoration.
    Nate Haustein

    PXW-FS5 / C100mkII / iMac i7 / FCPX


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    An XL1s for $20?! Lucky Duck! I loved both the DVX100 (first model) and the XL1s.. great cameras! Your steal on the XL reminds me of my SDX900 body I got for $10. Fully working! Dont you love it when you get a major steal like that?
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    you guys got me thinking I need to pickup one of these for my steadicam practice.


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