Thanks, didn't quite get the ABT initials, now I know, never herd of them before but I'll give them a call. thanks
As I've said elsewhere, there are dealers from which you can pre-order without risking or putting down a dime. These are reputable dealers and there is nothing to be risked. If your camera comes in your card is charged. If it doesn't your card is not charged. No B.S., no risk.
I have one such order with a very reputable dealer who said the camera should be in no later than next week. What could anyone possibly have to lose with placing an order like that?
Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
Somebody just bull S%^&t you, get your money back, if you can? Lots of scams and money making interest while you wait for months.
Can you please tell us who you ordered from, I like to speak with them.
about this conflicting info you just gave us from them, who ever they are? Be careful my friend, the bad are always lurking.
Marcolisi, very hard to tell from that video. I wouldn't draw any conclusions from it. Let's wait for the actual product to arrive. There was another video showing the guys climbing the mountain in the snow that looked great.
I would think with the LCD closed and the VF open, the power to the LCD would automatically shut off. That's how they work in all the cameras that have both LCD & VF.
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still my idea on the canon image stabilization is confused....I think that no camcorder is as good as sony in image stabilization, right now....