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Same garden, at different times, but all in bright sun on hot days.

Canon EOS-M, with Canon EF-S 18-135mm STM lens:

https://vimeo.com/71385306

108030p at 45Mbps.

Sony NEX 5N with kit lens:

https://vimeo.com/29018746

108060p at 28Mbps.

Sony HDR GW77V:

https://vimeo.com/45606199

108060p at 28Mbps.
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They all look very nice. Not a bad video in the group. Will have to review them a couple or more times to do a better comparison look. What are your opinions of each cam and what they were able to do here?

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My impression is the Canon provides the best color, with the NEX second. The Sony GW77 is sharpest, with the Canon second.
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Even though I am late to the party concerning the GW77, I have to say that I am happy with it so far. Despite the fact that it outperforms my SR11 and definitely my FX7 in video quality, its' portability will make it a nice addition when I am out on a shoot. Have yet to see how it will look when editing its' video with video shot by the other cams in an editing program like Power Director. Hopefully, they will compliment each other enough to make their differences a very minor issue. Will have to learn to use each cams' strengths.

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Even though I am late to the party concerning the GW77, I have to say that I am happy with it so far. Despite the fact that it outperforms my SR11 and definitely my FX7 in video quality, its' portability will make it a nice addition when I am out on a shoot. Have yet to see how it will look when editing its' video with video shot by the other cams in an editing program like Power Director. Hopefully, they will compliment each other enough to make their differences a very minor issue. Will have to learn to use each cams' strengths.

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just came from children party today. took video with my sony gw77 cause i take it we me all the time. my sony xr550 stays home cause it's bulky


article on why big and bulky stays home most of the time


http://www.dpreview.com/news/2013/07/31/editorial-5-reasons-why-i-havent-used-my-dslr-for-months
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