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Sony HDR-HC7 Camcorders Hands-On Video

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Mark Montgomery shares his insights on Sony's new HC7 high definition camcorder. This is one compact HD camera not to mis !

An excerpt from Videomaker Presents, a weekly video show found at: www.videomaker.com

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