Therefore there is the HD101E now for a good 6,000 euros (including VAT), for example, 25p * cine support Gmb H in Berlin ( What do you say: If you strike or wait on the (presumably more expensive) counterparts of Canon (XL H1) and Panasonic (AG-HVX200)?
Lens "breathes" too strong: Unfortunately, many go test reports in German newspapers barely a video on it.
Are either completely uninformed or unwilling, to market to meet their journalistic principles HDV as well as the Manufacturer and hard to sell magazines, of course, without spoil one's mood compared to HDV. The supposedly objective, enlightened and "tested" the media not to mention the aforementioned disadvantages.
I think the HD100, so synonymous has its advantages: The Cine-look of the videos, for example, is impressive, as is the handling of the camera and the manual lens. Especially current test reports of German "journals", such as the Digital Video Active will not enter into this at all.
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