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8mm

Review

Panasonic Lumix G Fisheye 8mm f/3.5

Given the limited applications for a fish-eye lens and the expensive list price, we can't help but wonder how many of these units Panasonic will sell. If you want to shoot real fish-eye and Micro Four Thirds is your system of choice, the 8mm is the best (but most expensive) option.

By 2 March 2011

4 stars Editors' rating 2 March 2011

Typical price: $1,149.00

Article

Exemode's SQ28m fits on keychain, takes glorious lo-fi movies

Petite block-shaped shooter fits on a keychain, and takes videos reminiscent of 8mm films.

By 16 December 2009

Review

Sony Handycam DCR-TRV480

With its ability to play and transfer your old tapes, the Sony Handycam DCR-TRV480 is an attractive choice if you're upgrading from an 8mm or Hi8 camcorder. But if you don't need 8mm or Hi8 compatibility, competing MiniDV cameras offer superior performance in much smaller packages.

By 18 November 2005

2.5 stars Editors' rating 18 November 2005

Pricing not available

Review

Sony DCR-TRV

The Handycam DCR-TRV460 offers an excellent upgrade from an 8mm or Hi8 camcorder, with digital video recording and the ability to view and transfer your old tapes. But if you don't need 8mm or Hi8 compatibility, competing MiniDV cameras offer superior quality in smaller packages.

By 18 June 2004

3 stars Editors' rating 18 June 2004

Pricing not available

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Short: Exabyte reports increased revenue

Exabyte reported revenue for the quarter ending September 28 of $92.7 million, versus $84.1 million for the same period last year. Net income for the third quarter was $3.7 million, or 17 cents per share, versus a net loss of $24.9 million or $1.13 per share for the same period last year. Sales of its flagship 8mm Mammoth tape drive more than tripled from the level of the second quarter, and its EXB-8700 8mm drive sales grew by more than 40 percent, but this was offset by a decline in sales of the EXB-8505XL, according to the company.

By 11 October 1996