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Sony DCR-PC1000 vs. DCR-PC350

by carocmg / April 2, 2005 6:25 AM PST

Can anyone tell me the new features on the PC1000? Is it better and worth the additional money over the 350? Thanks!!!

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Don't know yet
by tomh / April 5, 2005 8:15 AM PDT

The PC1000 is a 3 chip camera which should give better color accuracy that the PC350. It also has CMOS chips, which I believe is a first. Other 3 chip cameras have CCDs instead of CMOS imagers.

It is possible that the PC350 might in fact have better low-light capability that the newer PC1000 with smaller imagers. It is yet to be seen since there are no reviews of the camera yet.

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Dony DCP-PC1000
by bbanick / June 18, 2005 12:42 PM PDT

Well this camcorder has been out there for about four months now. What is everyone think of it?

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by drhiberd / June 19, 2005 1:27 AM PDT
You can check out the specs.
Can you even get the 350 anymore??

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