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Until any of you "FAIL" whiners complaining that "this is not a fix" send your camera in for a fix, get it back, and do more test videos to see what the results are, you have no idea how effective it will be. So stop complaining, send your cameras in and get em fixed. Until then simmer down. This "adjustment" may be plenty adequate. Or not. Just be patient. Expecting them to re-engineer the internals aint gonna happen.

Link | Posted on Sep 24, 2011 at 03:36 UTC as 39th comment

Good thing it has the number 10,000 in the name. No one would take it seriously otherwise.

But I think I'll wait until the HDC-Z10000000000 comes out. That one I hear, will be the bomb, with full 4D 9080 10000P video, using AVHCD 99.0 standards. It produces stellar 4-D imagery directly to the brain. No human eyes to mess up the signal chain needed.

Link | Posted on Aug 31, 2011 at 17:23 UTC as 7th comment
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Q: Is it silent? One of the reasons I use a compact for my street shooting is that nothing destroys scenes quite as effectively as dSLR shutter noise. At the first mirror slap, everyone starts posing for the camera, and that's that. In comparison, once you disable the phony shutter sounds on compacts, you have genuinely silent cams that allow you to capture whole sequences of life without the awkward street theatrics people insist on otherwise. Being mirrorless, these things should be silent, but you never know.

Much quieter than my Canon 60D. Since there is no mirror to flip up, there is more of a slightly muffled click, rather than a slap-click. I doubt people will hear it unless they are pretty close, or in a quiet setting.

Link | Posted on Jul 12, 2011 at 14:55 UTC
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