I currently have a battered Sony digital 8 camera, its on its last legs, so I want to get a replacement.
I want it to be pretty small because I might well get a custom water housing for it too, Ideally I want 3 chips and analogue-in (might also rig up a water proof bullet camera).
I'm looking at the Panasonic NV-GS120 and NV-GS200, has anyone got one of these? if so, how do they cope with low light? because I'll be filming in all sorts of weather conditions and I don't want to waste my time.
Is it worth paying the extra for the NV-GS200? I haven't used a camera with a manual focus ring, is it really that much better than using the jog dial?
Is it worth getting a cheaper (Canon MV700i) analogue-in model aswell for the bullet cam?
So many questions, sorry about that, but there's only so much a page of spec's can tell you, hopefully someone has had some first hand experience of these cameras.
If anyone gets this far, Cheers.
I just had a look and I can get an NV-GS120 online for £422.99! how cheaps that!