he he, I used to own a MVC-CD1000 with the CD-Rs - I still have a hundred or so lying around gathering dust somewhere.
The cam was nice, but what I didn't realize before I bought it is the fact it didn't have a write buffer - unbelievable! You had to wait after EVERY SINGLE shot until the data was written to the CD :-(
But it produced a real nice picture quality for the time...
JazzMasta: It seems to be a winner if you care for- image quality- low light capability- fast auto focus- good build
Not so good if you want- brag about specs to the neighbour- choosing between hundreds of focus points- taking lots of pictures per second and spending days cleaning the harddrive
Luckily I care most about the first 4 :)
@Jazzmaster: you're absolutely correct!@Gothmoth, REAL photographers don't even need an AF! They worry about taking the best picture, not about specs...
Francis Carver: 6D is not intended at all for video shooters, surely. Mono sound (in late 2012!!!), no external microphone input, no headphone jack, USB 2.0, no clean uncompressed video output in active mode via HDMI, and so on.
Nikon D600 at the same exact price has all these features and stereo audio, so it smokes the Canon 6D in a nanosecond.
> 6D is not intended at all for video shootersFINALLY! If you want 2 shoot video get a SONY video cam!