richard-amirault wrote on 8/19/2010, 11:35 AM
Sony Hi-8
Sony Digital 8 (TRV-240 I think)
Sony MiniDV (DCR-HC26)
and my Canon GL2
Eugenia wrote on 8/19/2010, 12:44 PM
These are my above-640x480 VGA resolution video cams (mostly HD):

Canon 5D Mark II, 1080p dSLR
Canon SX200 IS (amazing cheap 720p digicam, no?
Canon SD780 IS, 720p
Canon HV20 HDV
Canon ZR800 DV

Panasonic LX2 (848x480p)
Panasonic FX150 (720p)

Kodak V1293 (720p)
Kodak Z1012 (720p)
Some other HD Kodak I forget its model name

I had about 7-8 more Kodak HD digicams that I gave away to friends and family. I'm itching to give away the remaining too. Can't really stand them. :P
MSmart wrote on 8/19/2010, 1:28 PM
There's a field for that on your System Information page. Everyone has that filled out, correct?
drguitar0001 wrote on 8/19/2010, 2:34 PM
"There's a field for that on your System Information page. Everyone has that filled out, correct?"

Yep, got that filled out. Still, most folks probably do not list all of their cameras there.
Mine is a pretty short list:
Panasonic PV-DV851 (miniDV)
Panasonic PV-GS200 (miniDV)
Samsung HMX-H200 (HD flash memory)
Canon S5IS (flash memory)

Now if you ask me about how many guitars I have, that list is quite a bit longer... :-)
Editguy43 wrote on 8/19/2010, 3:49 PM
Hey Euqenia,
If you really want to GIVE away those cameras drop me a PM.

Paul B :-)

OH and I have
Sony Digital 8
Nikon d80
MSmart wrote on 8/19/2010, 4:50 PM
Now if you ask me about how many guitars I have, that list is quite a bit longer... :-)

That's what the Add a System link is for. :-D

Honestly though, I don't see the point of this thread. It will get burried soon. Besides, when people submit a new post, that's where the cam type needs to be listed, in the inital post.

Saying what you have here serves no purpose.
Byron K wrote on 8/19/2010, 10:43 PM
Reply by: MSmart. Date: 8/19/2010 10:28:07 AM
There's a field for that on your System Information page. Everyone has that filled out, correct?

I've found 1. most people don't fill this out. 2. not enough space to list all the cams some of us have. ):

My Cams:
(2) Sanyo Xacti VPC-FH1
Panasonic TM700
Kodak Playsport

Panasonic TZ5
RudeJelly wrote on 8/20/2010, 6:07 AM
Is the systems page of our profiles searchable? If not, then that may be the purpose of this thread. If you're seeking "real world" opinions and experiences with a particular model, a search of the forums for that model name could bring you to this thread and give you the name of a real owner. Nothing like hearing about experiences from someone who actually uses the camera you're considering buying.

Canon Elura 100
Canon Vixia HF200
Canon PowerShot S3 IS
Tim L wrote on 8/20/2010, 8:59 AM
Sony HDR-FX7 -- miniDV/HDV -- my cool looking "big boy" camera -- big lens, handle on top, etc. Bought used on eBay. Used mostly when shooting with a tripod.

Canon Elura 100 -- miniDV -- very, very tiny miniDV camera. Very practical, easy to carry in a fanny-pack or even a jacket pocket. My "casual use" camcorder. Took it on a couple of backpacking trips.

Sony HC-85 -- miniDV -- handycam, size is mid-way between the above two cameras. My first DV camera (2004? 2005?). Probably better image & low light than the Elura, but last time I used it (recording kid's marching band show) it was showing some focus problems. (not sure I trust it now)

Sony Hi8 -- wouldn't record with it now, but someday I'll capture all those old Hi8 tapes, right?

Also: I bought my teenage daughter a used Sony HC-7 (or HC-9?). Nice, solid camera, miniDV/HDV, that I'll probably use as my second camera for marching band when doing a 2-camera shoot.

Tim L
MSmart wrote on 8/20/2010, 9:32 AM
OK, I'll bite.

Panasonic PV-GS250 x4

The cam I want...... Panasonic AG-3DA1
JayLJohnston wrote on 8/20/2010, 1:06 PM
Canon HF-S21 - It's pure awesome. The viewfinder alone is amazing. You can shoot video without having the display open. It makes it great for just walking around recording.
looney2ns wrote on 9/4/2010, 1:25 PM
Panasonic HDC-Tm700
Frederic Baumann wrote on 9/5/2010, 7:31 AM
Canon EOS 7D
Graham_H wrote on 9/5/2010, 8:47 AM
Canon HV30, very pleased with it.
dalemccl wrote on 9/5/2010, 8:56 AM
big daddy wrote on 9/5/2010, 7:44 PM
Here is my list in priority order:

Sanyo VPC-FH1a 1080p/60fps (2010)
Sanyo VPC-CG65 480p/30fps (2007)
Sony Digital 8mm camcorder TRV-730 480i/30fps (2002)
Sony Analog 8mm camcorder TR-81 (1994)

Hogwild wrote on 9/17/2010, 11:24 AM
Four cams: all Sony, One inherited film camera

Revere Eye-Matic 8mm: was my grandfathers. Never got to use it myself, but it makes a great display piece.

Sony TRV 140: my first cam I purchased. Mini DV. Stand Def, used it quite a bit and started my editing hobby because of this cam

Sony HDR FX 1: My first HD cam. Did a wedding video, training videos and many boating events for personal fun/documentation.

Sony HVR V1U: Second HD cam. Some more training videos, lots of my sons sporting event coverage (football, basketball) > DVD's for fellow parents.

Sony CX100: Third HD cam and first dive into AVC cam. Got this for POV shots. Mounted camera to bow of boat during boating events. Unfortunately boat broke down mid season>so little coverage. Also use this as an everyday general use cam. Carry this around in my truck for those "unexpected events" that can happen while traveling
stevec5375 wrote on 9/18/2010, 3:19 PM
Panasonic HDC-TM700K
HandycamDVD101User wrote on 9/25/2010, 12:35 PM
I use the Sony Handycam DCR DVD-101.

It uses the small 8 cm dvd disks to record to. I'm happy with the camcorder with the exception of the crappy software that it came with from Sony when I first bought it in 2004. That is why I have switched to Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum.
Thanks, Debra
Sykes wrote on 9/28/2010, 4:37 AM
JVC Everio GZ-HM340 HD1080.
Laser Touch Controls; meaning virtually ZERO clicking noises when initiating Record, Zooming and Stop. I've tried everything else and couldn't stand all the various clicks and pops recorded during playback.
Also, picture quality is amazing!
GoldenPlates wrote on 9/28/2010, 9:57 AM
Panasonic AG-HMC40
Canon Elura 60 (which is gathering dust)
Mad Pierre wrote on 9/29/2010, 6:08 AM
Go Pro HD - I mostly shoot mountain biking and needed a HD POV cam wiith lots of mounting options.
Sony HDR-CX105E memory stick camcorder - small and easy to carry in backpack while doing the mountain biking. Less moving parts to break when I fall off than disc or hdd models!
hpharley90 wrote on 10/23/2010, 8:00 AM
Canon HV40
BillM wrote on 10/23/2010, 1:56 PM
Canon HF S200
Canon HF S100