Sorry for the double post,

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Sorry for the double post, but something mmontgomery said got my curiosity up.
You say: a palm-size might slow you down when you’re trying to expose an improvised shot (e.g. covering violence in Iraq). And that is almost exactly what I need to do — minus the Iraq I was thinking just the opposite, that a smaller cam would be easier to handle in candid situations. I need to shoot fast, grab the action before everyone points at me and becomes un-natural. A good example is my faces of Bali

http://www.digitalrailroad.net/leecraker/Default.aspx

So can you explain why you think a palm would not be good to use in this situation? Am I thinking the wrong way?
Thanks so much.

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