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    Default Small Mini Dv camera

    Hi, i am lloking for a te smallest Mini DV camcorder. Does anyone have any ideas? doesn't need to have DV in/out.

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    Any palm type camcorder would be the smallest...

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    I use a Panasonic GS9. .88 lbs and tiny. Not to expensive either.
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    How bout the Panasonic GS200?

    Quality is awesome, small package
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    The new Sony cams that replaced the TRV14, TRV19 etc are small!
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    they have the real small cameras they have for like spy cams in shirts and flys and stuff.... err would that be too small....
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    You can also get attachments to fix to a cam so that you can mount a lens on say a helmet and have the actual cam in a bag.

    (What a long sentance that doesn't really make sense.)

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    thanks guys, i ended up going for the sony DCR-HC4E and I'm very pleased with it. Small but the quality is amazing and so is the super nightshot plus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    You can also get attachments to fix to a cam so that you can mount a lens on say a helmet and have the actual cam in a bag.
    Where do you find these and what are they called?

    Thanks in advance
    DrGonzo

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrGonzo
    Where do you find these and what are they called?
    Helmet cams and they ain't cheap :-(. There's this manuafacturer

    or Try googling

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