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  # 1001984 10-Mar-2014 09:06
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I have a Panasonic HX-DC2.

It lakes fairly good video and photos, has a decent zoom and I picked it up new for approx $150.

Main disadvantage is battery life - it's terrible. BUT - on the plus side, I picked up two new batteries on trademe for $8.00 each and they're just as good as the original. They're only cell-phone sized batteries, so compact enough to carry in a small camera bag with the camera.

If I was buying again, I'd likely spring for the waterproof version which is the WA2 or something...but theyre bucketloads more expensive.





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  # 1002019 10-Mar-2014 10:43
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I see FirstIn has a JVC 1080P for $260

 

 

 

JVC Everio GZ-EX310 Full HD 1080p Camcorder




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  # 1002047 10-Mar-2014 11:13
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With respect it will really depend on what you want to do with it...

What are you videoing? Is it people, action, inside, outside, on water etc?
And who is viewing the footage later?
And do you want to edit the footage to tidy it up a bit later on (you've mentioned iMovie)?
And how long do you want the footage to last?
Is it going to youtube or staying on a hard drive etc?

Sorry, I know it sounds boring, but if you can answer the above I expect you'll go a long way to getting a solution from the wider group contributing thus far.

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