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    Boss, you set your videos to "private".
    Alpha

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    Default Re: Sony DSLT-A77 and 16-50 f/2.8 SSM hands-on review

    privacy on Youtube clips changed to 'public'

    I shot about 20+ clips at 1080 ... so sharing just 3 of them here ...... all with the kit zoom lens

    p/s I leave it to your imagination what 12fps can do at an action packed event like this ..............

    (a WHOLE truckload of eye-ball busting post editing work .... BUT rest assured EVERY SINGLE NUANCE will be captured )
    (I'm down to about 700 images from the initial 3000..... still got 2 more cuts to go to get to 250 images )
    (you really need to get a FAST card to keep buffering lag time to a minimum if you're going to be gunning it at 12fps often )
    Last edited by ed9119; 13th September 2011 at 12:16 AM.
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
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    Hy, do you have some other test-clips with -A77 ?

    many thnks
    karl,
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    Default Re: Sony DSLT-A77 and 16-50 f/2.8 SSM hands-on review

    sorry bro' camera returned

    not enough shaking and jumping around in these videos ???
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
    Walkeast

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWhite View Post
    Rather great one with nice cover, it is no doubt that Sony's products are always convered with a beautiful outward appearance. But I really want to know whether it is a camera or a camcorder. It seems like a camera because of the adjustable lens while it looks like a camcorder with the global shape. Anyone would offer an explaination to me?
    Please leh, don't look Sony no up leh... Sony is improving on alot of aspect lar, including C camps specialty: Marketing... Give other brand a chance, please... LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWhite
    Rather great one with nice cover, it is no doubt that Sony's products are always convered with a beautiful outward appearance. But I really want to know whether it is a camera or a camcorder. It seems like a camera because of the adjustable lens while it looks like a camcorder with the global shape. Anyone would offer an explaination to me?
    It's called "technology innovation" by intensive R&D, my friend, which other camera companies are lacking badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donut88 View Post
    It's called "technology innovation" by intensive R&D, my friend, which other camera companies are lacking badly.
    Actually it's also a benefit of being an electronics company... You're not limited by the "traditional" mindset.
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