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    Anyone seen that sony handy cam commercial?
    With the little sister filming her older brother while he is with his
    girlfriend. Then she plays the video for the whole family.
    That is voyeurism. LOL My wife pointed it out.


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  3. Lounge   -   #2
    i saw that too. i wonder if it has night vision

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    asmithz's Avatar Hi-Definition
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    That commerical is funny.

    The camera is hella small in real life tho. I dont think it has night vision.

  5. Lounge   -   #4
    doesnt it burn on to mini dvds?

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    asmithz's Avatar Hi-Definition
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    Yeah, kinda cool. I don't really like that idea.

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    Produce DVD recordings that play back in most current home and PC DVD players with Sony’s new DCR-DVD100 DVD Handycam® Camcorder. Features a Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® lens, still image capture (640 x 480) and a SwivelScreen™ LCD screen. Additionally, the DVD100 includes Sony’s Super SteadyShot® Picture Stabilization, which uses motion sensors to compensate for camera shake. Also, for users without a DVD drive in their PC, the camcorder has a USB 2.0 interface for uncomplicated video and still data transfer to a compatible PC with the supplied USB cable and CD-ROM driver. And as USB 2.0 on the camcorder is backward compatible, it will work seamlessly with the popular USB 1.1 interface as well. Finally, Sony’s Super NightShot®O Lux/Color Slow Shutter Recording System helps you record true-to-life color video of sleeping babies, birthday candles and early evening events by capturing video in total darkness up to 10 feet away by using an advanced infrared system. Very unique, very Sony!




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    Spider_dude's Avatar cawk BT Rep: +4
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    under the sea

  9. Lounge   -   #8
    weren't these recalled a while ago simply for the reason they could "see through" one layer of clothing under certain lighting conditions?
    <span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>BLAH</span>

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    Originally posted by 3rd gen noob@7 December 2003 - 19:24
    weren&#39;t these recalled a while ago simply for the reason they could "see through" one layer of clothing under certain lighting conditions?
    ffs an x-ray vision dvd camera.

    I must speak to Mrs Clause


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