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other then the focus ring, anyone have any experience with this camera? im thinking of picking it up soon, $1800 free shipping and comes with a BluRay player.February 25, 2009 at 10:17 PM in reply to: Sony Vegas 8 Pro—do I need DVD Architect or the AC-3 Encoder? #192823
thank you for the input, guess I’m saving up for another month.
how is working with XP a drag?
I’d pass…looks like another scam check out this site…
I’m glad I waited because I almost got scammed by self. Was looking for a Sony FX1000, and found 2 sites that were selling it for $1600 (this is a $3000 camcorder). Well two weeks later I was ready to order, tried finding the sites, they’re gone. Did a google on them and found tons of scam and ripoff complaints all over the internet.
Even if there is one and the price is too good to be true I’m staying away from now on. Like he said, go w/ BHphoto, I’ve dealt with them twice this month (nothing video related) and their customer service is excellent!
ok what about the HDR FX1000?
this is a totally a noob question but i have to ask. Cameras like the Sony SR-12, records in 1080P, 120 gig hard drive and can be had for under $500 dollars, if you’re starting out in the business of doing events why spend money on a bigger camera that doesn’t do HD or have a hard drive (to me having a hard drive is the best way in terms of getting all that info onto the PC).
thanks for any input as i’m in a similar boat.
If I’m going to get into shooting possible wedding here or there, can I get away with something like a $1000 camcorder that records in 1080p?
It seems like these camcorders have higher resolutions then the $2000 prosumer camcorders.
the only thing i wasn’t a fan of was the music…just seemed too out of focus