Little Dog. Thanks v much.Had my eye on ZR930 but cant find or buy in UK.Has it PAL? Where to buy? Scottie?
Question by Scottie: Little Dog. Thanks v much.Had my eye on ZR930 but cant find or buy in UK.Has it PAL? Where to buy? Scottie?
Having difficulties in finding anywhere in the UK that sells canon ZR930 + I’m concerned that buying it in US it will not be PAL compatible, let alone shipping charges adding to the cost. Any ideas much appreciated. Scottie
Answer by Little Dog
Looks like the MD110 and MD215 are the UK equivalents. Both have a mic jack – if they are like the ZRs, they will not have manual audio control. This is important only if the audio you needs is REALLY LOUD or really really soft.
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