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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-28-2009, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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Just grabbed one of these at Costco..
Pretty neat -- Especially if you consider the money..
I have a couple videos Wife shot of baby.. I'll have to upload a test video of something to Vimeo

In any case.. I have the HF10 I bought before Keira was born, but you basically have to do a decent amount of video editing just to use anything out of it.. It's been used about 40 minutes in 6 months...

I thought something like this that's small and cheap maybe would get carried around and used more.. Might make for an interesting on bike cam (it has a standard mount - I could mount it on my tank mount with ease)

It was 199 with a little tripod at CostCo (which isn't bad.. about 45$ less than Amazon..

the video q is 720p .. 4gb per hour

http://www.camcorderinfo.com/content...iew-35690.htm#

Cisco just bought them for like 600m.. maybe they will have an ethernet port in the next version
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Just grabbed one of these at Costco..
Pretty neat -- Especially if you consider the money..
I have a couple videos Wife shot of baby.. I'll have to upload a test video of something to Vimeo

In any case.. I have the HF10 I bought before Keira was born, but you basically have to do a decent amount of video editing just to use anything out of it.. It's been used about 40 minutes in 6 months...

I thought something like this that's small and cheap maybe would get carried around and used more.. Might make for an interesting on bike cam (it has a standard mount - I could mount it on my tank mount with ease)

It was 199 with a little tripod at CostCo (which isn't bad.. about 45$ less than Amazon..

the video q is 720p .. 4gb per hour

http://www.camcorderinfo.com/content...iew-35690.htm#

Cisco just bought them for like 600m.. maybe they will have an ethernet port in the next version
Father in law has one, its pretty badass, especially for the money like you said

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Yeah.. The Canon was close to a grand street price, and a bit over retail.. this thing looks as good on the online places... Yeah.. The Canon is a bit higher end, but she isn't going to carry around the canon in her purse...

Not to mention this thing is pretty much one red button that is record and stop..

I actually think this thing might work pretty well as a bike cam.. the resolution rocks. and its 30fps...

and again.. it;s all solid state and only 200 bucks.. so if it does get broken.. it's not like tossing a thousand dollar hd cam down the track.. plus it's tiny as hell
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