Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Marlborough, MA
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Thanks for starting this thread!
I picked up a ZR200 about a year ago,
but I've been sorely disappointed with the indoor (low light, I guess)
performance. I'm not talking about dimly lit scenes, but mid-day with
the sun shining through the windows along with interior lights.
The picture comes out with so much noise it's almost
unwatchable for me. My low end JVC VHS-C camcorder did a better
job than the ZR.
So are there any settings to improve this? I've tried the "low light" mode
but it seems to cause problems with the autofocus and picture
I'm planning on cleaning up my indoor recordings with Virtualdub filters
after the fact, so if anyone has advice for a good combination of filters
for this purpose that would be cool too.
Help me like my camcorder!
My Humble but functional HTPC:
nMediaPC 1000B w/VCD
Gigabyte 880GMA-UD2H, integrated ATI 4250 Graphics
Athlon II X3 Rana , 3.2 GHz
4GB Ram, 1.5TB WDEARS, Windows 7 32 bit
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