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Canon HF100

by RTJS / January 1, 2009 12:44 PM PST

Recommendation on a manufacture for the cards to use in the in HF 100
Trying to stay with the 16 gig flash cards.
Also will the software included in the box allow me to create DVDs that can be read by a non-blue ray dvd player for showing on non-hd televisions?
I've done the research on hard drives, not taking a laptop to down load, miniDVDs nope, and tapes, not enough time on the tapes., so flash cards are the easiest and best.
Need a recommendation on a portable charger and battery for extended time without access to electricity, 220 50 hz in Tanzania

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Some ideas...
by whizkid454 / January 1, 2009 1:05 PM PST
In reply to: Canon HF100

I really don't see a particular manufacturer make "better" flash memory cards than another company. Try to stay with the brand names such as SanDisk, Lexar, and such.

Yes, the included software will allow you to convert the HD video to SD and burn to a standard DVD for use in most DVD players (depending on the disc you use (-R or +R) and what is supported by the player).

I wouldn't be of much help in the power department if it deals with anything outside of the US. Google or another member may be your better bet.

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HF 100
by RTJS / January 1, 2009 11:12 PM PST
In reply to: Some ideas...

Thanks WK454

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