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post #1 of 5 Old 11-28-2006, 08:00 AM - Thread Starter
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For you guys wanting to see what this cam can do, here's a link to the Canon site for a video download. I suggest you use the 720p clip unless you've got a real high end graphics computer. The clip will give you a hint as to the capabilities of this little wonder. Enjoy!

http://usa.canon.com/app/html/See_Th.../hd_cmos.shtml
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OK... I really wanted to be "wow'd" by the HV10 sample footage before I buy one...

and I was NOT let down by this sample!

Is the footage shot by people around here actually as good as this sample?

If so, I am totally impressed!
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Rizman, I will tell you with 100% honesty, my footage has been sharper and more impressive than what was contained in those clips. Of course they've edited their footage, used music and professional models....that never hurts. But when you use the camera and show it on a high quality, larger screen display, you'll find that it actually looks much better than even those samples! I kid you not.

Most people have commented that their material rivals professional footage seen on Discovery HD etc. This is not to say that the tiny HV10 can produce the same quality in very demanding situations, but for a unit of this size, it comes astoundingly close. I've even seen owners of the $9,000 Canon HDV pro camcorder say the unit's PQ is virtually the same.

I don't have the link, but there was a guy in Japan that posted a number of his HV10 clips on the net. Those clips were FAR more indicative of what the cam is capable of. In fact, it was those clips that sold me on the HV10.
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I don't have the link, but there was a guy in Japan that posted a number of his HV10 clips on the net. Those clips were FAR more indicative of what the cam is capable of. In fact, it was those clips that sold me on the HV10.
Ken,

If somehow you were able to come across those links again would you mind posting them here? Would be nice for those of us still on the fence.
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