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Panasonic HDC-SX5 Hybrid Camcorder Great Falls MT

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Big Sky Sellers
(406) 952-4347
2812 3rd Avenue South #2
Great Falls, MT
 
Arrowhead Electronics
(406) 761-1666
2026 2nd Ave N
Great Falls, MT
 
Data Northwest
(406) 727-4282
316 1st Ave S
Great Falls, MT
 
Electric City Sight & Sound
(406) 268-1213
317 Central Ave
Great Falls, MT
 
Century Electronics
(406) 453-8791
1610 10th Ave S
Great Falls, MT
 
Cormac Recycling Solutions
(406) 454-0026
600 Central Ave Ste 23
Great Falls, MT
 
Missouri River Satellite Rpr
(406) 453-6859
41 Eaton Ave
Great Falls, MT
 
Big Sky Spas & Satellite Systs
(406) 727-8299
108 5th St S
Great Falls, MT
 
Rocky Mountain Hi-Fi
(406) 761-8683
812 Central Ave
Great Falls, MT
 
Enterprise Electric Comms
(406) 761-3830
1324 13th Ave Sw
Great Falls, MT
 

Panasonic HDC-SX5 Hybrid Camcorder Review at Cameratown.com

Panasonic HDC-SX5 Hybrid Camcorder Review

Reader Score: 7.45 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The first high-definition camcorders to reach the consumer used the tape-based HDV format, which records on the same tape form factor as DV. However, although HDV uses MPEG-2 compression, it still requires quite a high data rate, so HDV hasn't made the transition to hard disk and DVD-based camcorders - with the notable exception of JVC's Everio GZ-HD7E. Instead, a new MPEG-4-based compression format was developed by Sony and Panasonic called AVCHD.

... The HDC-SX5 has plenty of commendable qualities. The lack of microphone input and headphone output reduce its usefulness for more serious video making, but it offers good image quality in adequate lighting, and there are some useful manual controls on offer. Most of all, though, we're not entirely convinced by the Hybrid recording format, in particular because we've never been bowled over by DVD camcorders. ..."

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