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Thanks for the advice, Rob. A friend suggested that we invest in the HVX200. Are there any applicable differences between the two cameras?
From the feedback I’ve gotten, it seems like solid-state is the way to go. Being completely brought up with tape (DV/HDV), I am totally foreign to solid-state editing. Is there any real difference to it compared to tape? Is recording to P2 a better idea than the SDHC card AVCHD format? How reliable are the cards compared to tape?
Since all of our old projects are on tape, we have ths as a reliable archive in case we want to go back and work with the footage again. How would you suggest archiving solid-state media?