(all prices dropped 9/23/12)
(video lens converters, microphones, etc. are here)
a very compact 3-CMOS 1920x1080 AVCHD HD camcorder in VERY nice,
very low use condition. This camcorder can shoot 28Mbps 60P video for VERY high quality video and
very good stills. There are ports for an external microphone and headphones. It has 32-gigs of internal
memory plus an SD card slot. There are both side-panel and eye-level viewfinders. It includes all the
the original accessories and the original box, $725. I also have a WA converter available (with adapter)
that brings the 35mm-equivalent lens down to about 22-23mm equivalent, sharply (and with low linear
a compact 1-CCD HDV HD camcorder in VERY nice, very low use condition.
no tape has been through this camcorder (it uses Mini-DV tape - and the HDV format is VERY easy
to edit even when using a modest computer). I reviewed this camcorder here. With all the original
accessories plus an extra medium-sized battery and one high-quality Sony tape, $425. There is a .66X
WA converter with adapter also available for it that works very well on it.
TRV9 compact 1-CCD Mini-DV camcorder, like new (no marks on it) AND IT'S
SET UP FOR
DAYLIGHT INFRARED SHOOTING! (See frame grabs at www.donferrario.com/ruether/ir.htm
and an infrared video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOe3c5x3VRU). The TRV9 is reviewed at:
www.donferrario.com/ruether/camcorder-comparison.htm although I make it sound worse than it is...;-).
Included is a 37->52mm stepping ring, IR-pass gel filter, a retaining ring for the filter, and the original box
and accessories, $650.
TRV30, a compact 1-CCD Mini-DV camcorder in VERY nice, very low use
no tape has been through this camcorder. It has a now unusually large CCD, and a high but reasonable
pixel count for optimizing video image sharpness and color with a single chip. More on this camcorder
can be found at www.donferrario.com/ruether/camcorder--comparison.htm. Price, including all original
accessories, is $460 (about 1/3rd of its original price...).
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