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Panasonic PV-DV900 Digital Camcorder (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 18x optical zoom, 300x digital zoom
- 2.5-inch color LCD viewfinder
- Electronic image stabilization
- 5-mode programmed autoexposure
- PCM stereo sound in record and playback modes
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|Media Format Digital Video||MiniDV|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CCD|
|Package Height||7 x 7.6 x 9.9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3.55 pounds|
The PV-DV900 is long on creative extras. Still camera capabilities, seven fade variations, and eight color tones give you the artistic license to improve your films. An infrared remote allows you to film while you're in front of the camera. Index search and bookmark search features make it easier to find the scene you're looking for on your tape.
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You can also use this DV camcorder to capture still digital images on your mini-dv tape.
Not such a bad camera. If your looking for some basic mini-DV camcorder then this is probably just for you.
I am not a videophile, but the picture and sound i get out of this camera are amazing. It is still better than my old vhs-c camcorder after I dub onto VHS. It is awesome. Haven't installed my IEEE 1394 card yet, so I am not sure about vid capture.
The other reviewer is right about the few differences between the 900 and the 910. The 900 doe not come with the $40 light or the $30 remote control nor does it come with a blank video tape (that seemed kinda cheap to me). The 910 has a color viewfinder and a 3" LCD versus the 900's b/w viewfinder and 2.5" LCD.
I reccomend this camera very highly.
Has firewire IEEE1934 interface to interact with the PC. Still shot capability holds up to 700 mid-quality images.
The problem is that the product is not even listed in the Panasonics site oficially, it's been missing between DV800 and DV950 models ( and 910 misses too ). But actually the info exists in the site when you edit the http address and replace the "950" with the "900". I couldn't confirm any problem with the 900 & 910 series but some dealers stopped to sells these models too.
So, go for the 950 which is lot more expensive but a real professional model or stick with the 800 one...