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    I currently work with two camcorders - both mini dv - I find this format easy to transfer and edit (Pinnacle) I am planning to update one of the cameras but with fewer and fewer tape machines available I was wondering if disk or hard drive camcorders are as easy to work with when editing

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    Aug 2005
    Western Europe


    Are you planning on staying with standard defintion video or do you want to go to high definintion? You can pick up a high definition camcorder now for about 600 so it really doesn't make sense to buy another standard defintion one. With more and more high defintiion tv's becoming available and an end to analogue coming soon, maybe you should think about that.

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