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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle.presley
    How did you capture those frames?
    Freeze frame in FCP converted to a jpeg.
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    Eagerly awaiting your footage.
    Check out my footage from the Canon 7D, HMC-150, HVX-200, XHA1, 16mm film and more at www.spacedfilms.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by DammitJanet
    Eagerly awaiting your footage.
    Any idea how I can post it? it's over 10mb.
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    http://stage6.divx.com/ a fast link. And you can send a file under 2gb.


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    cant wait to see the video show us some videi sam cant wait to see go sam go sam

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    SamKam, in one of your frame captures I think I see a Canon XH-A1. In your opinion, how does the HV-20's footage compare?
    -Geoff


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Bunnykins
    SamKam, in one of your frame captures I think I see a Canon XH-A1. In your opinion, how does the HV-20's footage compare?

    Too early to tell. Just shot a quick "out of the box" test (which should be ready for dowloading soon). The 20 is definitely a consumer camera. High end image, no doubt, but no possibility of customization like with the A1.

    Some other quick impressions -
    1. toggle button kinda flimsy. feels like it could break off if you're not careful.
    2. smaller than I imagined. very much a palmcorder, and I mean that in a good way.
    3. not great placement of the zoom toggle - for me, anyway.
    4. good size lcd.
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    I had heard from a user in Japan that the toggle buttom was fragil and might be source of future headaches for HV-20 users. Does anything else on the HV-20 seem flimsy or vulnerable to the everday hazards of the urban evironment? Plenty of questions with not enough time to ask......:-)


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    Apologies. Uploading the test footage has been delayed. Site I was using went down in the middle of the upload. Trying to find a good site now and will post link as soon as possible.
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    I would suggest capturing raw m2t's via firewire and DVHSCap, which is in the developer's tools folder in OSX. If you can't find it there, just google it and you'll find a download.

    All we need are short 10 second clips that are truly raw from tape. Don't worry about anything else. Further compression to any other codec just confuses things.


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