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    One of my very first videos made with my HMC40 was re-edited, Lots of options when you start taking a second look to videos.
    The Voice over was made by my self also.

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    I like it. Nice voice. I still like the old HMC40 as long as the light is good (but not too bright outdoors). Doesn't hurt that the girl is pretty too ;)


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    Thank you Firehawk, I love the camera too already has 11.000 hours, Feels strong and healthy wonder how many hours has your and how many hours should we expect from this camera?
    Why do you say not too bright outdoors, if is for the Dynamic range Gama cine D has very good range or if is for the intensity a ND makes the trick
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    I agree. My camera (ag hck10) technically is the guts of an hmc40 put in a pov cam. So it's the same sensor and specs.
    I like cine D and in good light the thing is super sharp. I think the 1080p still holds it's own today even after all these years. But they don't have enough built in ND so in bright daylight you need to add ND or increase the shutter. That's what I meant earlier. And of course they aren't good in low light at all. But the small size is very helpful.
    It's easy to hold them a long time or put up high on a stand or jib.
    I don't know how long they last. Sounds like yours is still going strong. Hope mine lasts a long time.


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    Not to mention the great codec, AVCCAM Despite of the low bit rate 24 mbs is very very gradable


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    True. I am still a fan of AVCCAM flavor of AVCHD. I was originally surprised how far I could push it in post. I use it most of the time except for my 4k footage


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    What do you use for 4K


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    I have an ag ux180 that I use for events and run & gun when I need 4k. And a panasonic fz2500.
    I still use the old avccams mostly for events when I deliver in SD or HD but have been mixing the two 4k cams in with them as I get to know them and test them out. They surprisingly intercut well and allow for reframing from 4k to HD in post.

    Do you have the XLR adapter for your hmc40?


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    Yes Sure but not the original, I have 2, the Azden FMX-DSLR and the Marantz PMD-602A, The Azden is light weight but has 16 db of gain, The Marantz has a much better build and around 60 db of cleaner gain
    All depends on the microphone when using dynamics the Marantz is a better choice with condensers either one but again the Marantz despite of the extra weight has a great Build is a tank.
    What about the Wide angle adapter I'm using a Panasonic wide angle adapter not the original but the VW-W4607H


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    I'll probably get this

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