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    That's why we have external sound recorders


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    Quote Originally Posted by tillhavis View Post
    The more I think about any new DVX the more certain I am it needs to be a lot smaller and lighter than anything thatís gone before, even the EVA1.
    That's not my preference. I'd rather have something more like the Ursa Mini Pro - lots of readily available and usefully placed switches - and a solid, not heavily plasticized body. I want a camcorder that will last and that can make the most of the (e.g.) GH5s sensor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bjewett View Post
    That's not my preference. I'd rather have something more like the Ursa Mini Pro - lots of readily available and usefully placed switches - and a solid, not heavily plasticized body. I want a camcorder that will last and that can make the most of the (e.g.) GH5s sensor.
    I dont think you need to compromise these features by making the camera even bigger bjewett;
    The GH5/s and EVA1 already have all the features needed. IMO all is needed is an upgraded sensor and
    lens in a smaller and lighter form factor.
    Technology is improving and allowing these features to be put in a smaller body so why go bigger when you can
    have them in a smaller lighter package without compromising.

    The GH5/s is already a small camera and has most of the features any new DVX would have.
    Just include the GH5/s, EVA1 features in a smaller lighter body with built in SDI, HDMI, Dual XLR's, Built in ND's
    IBIS etc....

    I respect you opinion, but I think you can have all these features in a much smaller and lighter body
    so why go bigger, especially when the camera will more than likley have a fixed lens. As for being rugged
    the current DVX200 is well able to handle most situations I find myself in. Some of the doors and covers
    could be a bit more robust and ruberised / with better water resistance but apart from that IMO the current DVX200
    is pretty rugged, just too big and heavy for run and gun and all day shooting.
    JMO. Regards
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    IMHO, DVX200 size is just right. I can put it in a shoulder when I need it and nothing extra is required for that. And let's not forget its size allows to put controls in the right places... well, I'm not a pro, so...


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