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#1 Tim Myers

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 05:38 PM

I've been using a VX-2100 since it first came out, and it's been a wonderful little piece of equipment. Captured beautiful footage and never once gave me a single problem. Sadly, the time has come for an upgrade, as I'm ready to jump to HDV. Seeing as how my 2100 was so helpful, I think I'd like to stick with Sony. What are your guys' thoughts on the v1U? I like the 24p option, but has anyone seen its footage? Does it look cinematic at all? When using decent lighting with my old 2100, I was able to tweak it into looking very much like film. I assume the V1U will make this even better?

The only other cameras I'm interested in are the Canon XL-H1 and XH-G1. If money were of no issue, what do you guys think is going to give me the prettiest, most cinematic footage?

Thanks for reading, and thanks for any help you can offer!

...And to all you trolls out there, I don't need a lecture about sifting through old posts to find this info. I already did and came up short, so go troll somewhere else.
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