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    Thanks for that report ... have you been able to determine how effective and/or clean the gain is on these new cameras? The gain on the Z1 is nice and clean but the gain on the HC1 is pretty noisy, and since the latter is a CMOS camera, I'm expecting that the gain on the V1 / FX7 may also be noisy ... which would be unfortunate since a clean gain is the only hope this camera has for event videographers ...


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    Hey Mikko...

    ... howzabout snagging some furtive footage of a V1 vs. a Z1?


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    You read my mind Barry, will try tommorrow.
    Lets see if I can get two "first footage"s in one show.

    - Mikko
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    I would love to see what 3-Chip CMOS Progressive looks like.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tibby
    I would love to see what 3-Chip CMOS Progressive looks like.
    me too.


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    Me three.


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    A few more informations for the V1 direct from IBC*

    The resolution is 800 lines compared to 650 of the Z1.

    zoom: 37.4-748 (35mm equivalent).

    1080lines in 25p mode compared to 540 lines in CF24 of Z1.

    211K LCD compared to 250K LCD of the Z1.

    Additions over the Z1 are: camera profile, TC link, smooth slow recording, still picture.

    8h recording time with NP-F970

    List price Euro 4600.

    *according to Sony.


    From what I understood, the FX1 will stop selling but the Z1 will continue to be an alternative.

    My prediction: Z2 by IBC 2007, maybe by NAB 2007.


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    Any chance to see the slowmode too?


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    [QUOTE=mikkowilson]Ok, I had a good chat with the folks over at Sony this morning.


    The Sony V1 with the DR60 onboard

    Looks the goods.
    So u are saying its small.... do we have a picture of someone holding the thing so i can compare to y Fx1.
    The reason is that size will be the deciding factor when gettin my next camera... sounds silly but snowboarding needs a small camera so i can ride as wel as film.
    HEAPS bigger then the HDR-A1P? and is the FX7 gonna be cheaper then the V1
    Mitch


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    Quote Originally Posted by kezza
    So u are saying its small.... do we have a picture of someone holding the thing so i can compare to y Fx1.
    It's about 30% smaller, and 40% lighter, than the FX1 according to Sony.


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