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  1. Member
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    Hello-

    Am planning on buying a new camcorder in the near future.
    After doing some research and driling down on the price and features required, Panasonic HC-VXF990EB-K seems the best fit.

    Can you forum ppl give me your valuable feedback on the above camcorder in terms of:
    1. Battery Life and any replacement battery or other options to keep the video capture going for longer duration.
    2. Useability of this equipment in the left hand(How well possible. This seems to be right hand oriented). Any wisdom appreciated.
    3. SD Card capacity to buy and what would be the usual size of videos in 4K or other format for about 40 minutes duration.
    4. Night useage - This equipment does not come with light. Is the night mode good enough to capture decent video during nights/dark days?
    5. Any other valuable tips/suggestions/reviews from ppl who have already used this or from ppl who have some knowledge first hand would be very very much
    appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.
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  2. That camera is 5 years old but here is a review:

    https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/panasonic-hc-vxf990ebk

    Doesn't seem to be sold in the US. At least I couldn't find any. Non on Ebay either.
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    Thanks treetops.
    Got the impression this was a popular camcorder.
    Will check out the reviews thru the link you have suggested.
    cheers
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    Buy one of the latest release Camcorders and not one so old, you would most likely be paying full retail for that camera too, so put your cash into a new model.

    Also, for any help/advice re a suitable camera, we need to know your Budget, preferred recording mode, and also think about how good the onboard Stabilization and Auto Focus will be on your selected camcorder, some are great, some not so great.

    Might like to look into recording media used on the camcorder as well.
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