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    sure fugitive.. hv1 not fx7! who cares consumer stuff barry?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green
    It's 1/4". The Camcorderinfo interview said 1/4" (not that that's exactly authoritative) but then the published specifications for field of view match with what you'd get from 1/4".
    Sony has a history of getting our hopes up and then slaming the crude reality in our faces.


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    As I said, we dont really know about the HV1 yet Rafa. Barry is talking about the FX-7, which is a consumer cam anyway, so nobody is selling their FX1 for an FX-7 for indi-film-making.


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    Not confirmed so I can be wrong on the 1/3 " size thing, I only know the processor that is in the HDR HC3E , ( that is 1/3 ") and for the FX-7 I read they processed a 'new CMOS processor' they do not say that for the V1.

    Normally I am accurate but during this IBC hiss I can be wrong, we need to see.
    Look outside...Do you see noise?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fugitive
    As I said, we dont really know about the HV1 yet Rafa. Barry is talking about the FX-7, which is a consumer cam anyway, so nobody is selling their FX1 for an FX-7 for indi-film-making.
    There is zero possibility of the chips being any different. These are the identical same hardware (FX7 and V1E), just like the VX2000/PD150, VX2100/PD170, TRV900/PD100, PC7/PD1, HC1/A1U, and every other time that Sony has done a consumer/prosumer version of the same product. The lens/chips/dsp/everything has always been the same between those models; only the audio connector and menu items are different.


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    c'mon people.. if this is the guy who is saying: 1/4" and end of story.. sony sucks.. canon rules..


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    You can't just say that though, because this is CMOS instead of CCD. Until we see it side by side, you can't just use a blanket statement to say "CMOS at 1/4" isn't as good as 1/3" CCD" because we don't necessarily know that.

    1/3" CCD from the PD150 was way better than 1/3" CCD on the VX1000. It's *possible* that 1/4" CMOS on the Sony will be better than 1/3" CCD on the Canon. I don't expect that to be the case, but until we see the footage we're all just talking about hypotheticals anyway.


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    True. Got to see it to believe it...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green
    You can't just say that though, because this is CMOS instead of CCD. Until we see it side by side, you can't just use a blanket statement to say "CMOS at 1/4" isn't as good as 1/3" CCD" because we don't necessarily know that.

    1/3" CCD from the PD150 was way better than 1/3" CCD on the VX1000. It's *possible* that 1/4" CMOS on the Sony will be better than 1/3" CCD on the Canon. I don't expect that to be the case, but until we see the footage we're all just talking about hypotheticals anyway.
    thx you are still the king anyway even outside your territoire..


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    i dont know why anybody is interested in theses cams. From what I have read, they offer no new features that other cams do not already achieve.

    The ONLY way I would be interested in this cam is if it had 2/3" CCDs.

    Sony is Crap, thats right I said it.


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