I'm trying now to me to decide between a Canon XM1 and xm2 too. Are there differences in the sensitivity to light? That one sound at xm 1 can not auspegeln so good, I've heard. Can compensate for that? Who has experience with both cameras? Merci, Karen.
Antwort von Jack43:
Hello Karen! I had the XM1 and XM2 for over two years. The only difference between XM1 and XM2 is, as you have already mentioned in the sound. When the sound XM1 can not even use manual, and it is synonymous are no "tricks" in order to achieve this anyway! Otherwise, both cameras, apart of slight "cosmetic" changes to the housing technically identical! In your place I'd go for the XM2, because there are always situations where people are happy to be able to regulate the sound manual! Additionally, for the XL2 is an interesting accessories available (Microphone Adapter MA-300) which allows extra. Microphones synonymous with professional XLR connectors to use! Greeting of Paul
Antwort von beiti:
From the handling of the XM1 closely resembles the XM2 (that is quite excellent), but the image quality is critical when considering something back. The lack of control over sound can only be compensated by making sophisticated sound recordings on an external device (ie, classically with flap and afterwards create sound). Given a good recording device synonymous costs a few hundred, is likely to be the price premium for XM2 incl XLR adapter profitable again.