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    Default Sony HVR-HD1000E HDV‏

    I'm new here
    I'm also pretty new in filming en editing

    I would like to know whether the Sony HVR-HD1000E HDV‏ a good buy is

    I want to buy this camera, but ik want a goed camera

    can someone help me

    Greetz
    Joeri

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    Hi

    I guess it depends what you want to use if for.

    Te HD1000E is a shoulder mount cam marketed as an entry level pro cam. It's a single CMOS chip camera, and probably internally has more in common with the high end consumer cams.

    I'm sure it is a nice camera, but like I said, it depends what you want it for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkOneMusic View Post
    ...It's a single CMOS chip camera, and probably internally has more in common with the high end consumer cams....
    I wonder of Sony have made a mistake with this one. It looks so cheap and plasticky.... it's external look might well be reflected in the innards too...
    I suspect it will sell to wannalooklikes rather than serious videographers...

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