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The Canon HV10's image is remarkably noise free, the other outstanding element of the picture. When an image is going to be projected on a larger screen, noise can only get more apparent. In this light, there was almost none to speak of. The apparent sharpness was good - what you'd expect from HD and far better than most standard def video - but there was a slightly soft look to the image overall.

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Canon HDV Camcorder

canon HV10 HDV Camcorder Review

Reader Score: 7.22 (out of 10)
Review: "The Canon HV10's image is remarkably noise free, the other outstanding element of the picture. When an image is going to be projected on a larger screen, noise can only get more apparent. In this light, there was almost none to speak of. The apparent sharpness was good - what you'd expect from HD and far better than most standard def video - but there was a slightly soft look to the image overall.

The upright, pistol-grip body produces some very real handling issues. For anything but point-and-shoot operation, making adjustments can be a pain, and upset the picture stability. More seriously, the low light performance was terrible. You'll be shooting in "low light" more often than you think, as camcorders require a lot more light than the human eye, which makes this category so critical. Bright light video looks great, but you have to consider the whole package. The weakness in audio is also a huge killer for us." ...

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