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- April 18, 2007 at 9:42 AM #44845AnonymousInactive
Check out Brian’s full review for free here:
"If you’re thinking about stepping up to the improved imagery that only three-chip cameras offer, Sony has just upgraded their popular DCR-VX2000 Mini DV Camcorder by 100. Featuring improved low-light capabilities, in-creased signal-to-noise ratio and a new battleship gray paintjob, the DCR-VX2100 ranks among the best camcorders in the $2-3k price range.
The metal housing of the VX2100 has the solid feel of a professional workhorse. Slipping your hand into the grip, you’ll notice much of that 3 pounds and 6 ounces is in the front of the camera, making it a little nose-heavy–although it is perfectly balanced from the top handle…."
-andrew @ videomaker
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