I have to buy from me in the near future a new camcorder. Eigtl. was my choice already made. The Panasonic SD100 of it should be, until I to numerous criticisms met. (Poor handling, pixelated images, illegible clips on the sd card, and and and).
Now of course I am a little confused. The cam has a lot to what I like good, manual controls (aperture, shutter speed, focus, ...), a viewfinder and 37mm filter thread.
The thread plays a role, since I already own a Century Fisheye with 37mm thread. The larger Cams SD200 and 300 have a 43mm thread, which I am concerned that with an adapter ring, lost some of the wide-angle effect is, nor distort the edges of the image.
Is that so?
Do you have experience with the SD100, or you can give me another camcorder with 37mm thread, hard drive or sd card, view finder, hd recommend as few shots and childhood diseases?
Thank you in advance!
Antwort von Bernd E.:
If you really want a new camera like and not just for you new ones that may be used synonymous, it's with the SD100 is anyway not work: This is a camcorder of 2008, which was now of a number of successor generations removed and hardly be to get a dealer is.
Antwort von Jenne86:
Hello Bernd, Thanks for your advice.
Unfortunately, the successors and newer models of the Panasonic series all have a great view of my threads have to filter?
Until now I was always very happy with Panasonic eigtl;)
Would say, however, synonymous with Canon or Sony not no.