Episode 184 – iPod Nano, Classic, Panasonic HDC-SD1

Posted on 08. Oct, 2007 by in Episodes

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Apple 8 GB iPod Nano
Apple 160 GB iPod Classic
Panasonic HDC-SD1 Camcorder


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11 Responses to “Episode 184 – iPod Nano, Classic, Panasonic HDC-SD1”

  1. Torgo

    10. Oct, 2007

    Ha! You guys posted this review on October 8th? What, could you not review an iPod Touch because you couldn’t afford to buy both? The “review” itself is terrible as well — way to be behind the times, superficial and dull.

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  2. Sam

    11. Oct, 2007

    Hi guys,

    Very nice episode as usual. I like how you review gadgets. It is particularly interesting to listen to the points raised by Tiffany, which are rarely discussed in other reviews while very relevant to potential buyers.

    I also wanted to thank you for giving us the 360 tour of your production setup. That was very brave of you ;-)

    Great show! Keep up the good work.

    Sam

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  3. Tom

    07. Nov, 2007

    Nice job! I like the extended format and the fact that you really know your tech and the items you are talking about. I also like your presentation! I would love to hear about your system, tools, servers and distribution costs. Even though it is flash – the quality size and framerate is great. Since we are talking about a LARGE file given res, framerate and length how can you folks afford to pay for each stream? Is there some kind of magic tech going on here or have streaming costs taken a nosedive? Oh it took David Pogue of the NYTimes two years to get the sound right, but you guys have even got that together. the head mounted mics are almost invisible, what are you using? Camera? Compression system? Even your backdrop looks good without the cheesy greenscreening everyone else is using. That is worth a story in itself! Once again, very nice job – I rate your work a 5 out of 5 – keep up the great work!

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  4. Tom

    07. Nov, 2007

    Nice job! I like the extended format and the fact that you really know your tech and the items you are talking about. I also like your presentation! I would love to hear about your system, tools, servers and distribution costs. Even though it is flash – the quality size and framerate is great. Since we are talking about a LARGE file given res, framerate and length how can you folks afford to pay for each stream? Is there some kind of magic tech going on here or have streaming costs taken a nosedive? Oh it took David Pogue of the NYTimes two years to get the sound right, but you guys have even got that together. the head mounted mics are almost invisible, what are you using? Camera? Compression system? Even your backdrop looks good without the cheesy greenscreening everyone else is using. That is worth a story in itself! Once again, very nice job – I rate your work a 5 out of 5 – keep up the great work!

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  5. Tom

    07. Nov, 2007

    Nice job! I like the extended format and the fact that you really know your tech and the items you are talking about. I also like your presentation! I would love to hear about your system, tools, servers and distribution costs. Even though it is flash – the quality size and framerate is great. Since we are talking about a LARGE file given res, framerate and length how can you folks afford to pay for each stream? Is there some kind of magic tech going on here or have streaming costs taken a nosedive? Oh it took David Pogue of the NYTimes two years to get the sound right, but you guys have even got that together. the head mounted mics are almost invisible, what are you using? Camera? Compression system? Even your backdrop looks good without the cheesy greenscreening everyone else is using. That is worth a story in itself! Once again, very nice job – I rate your work a 5 out of 5 – keep up the great work!

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  6. Tom

    07. Nov, 2007

    Nice job! I like the extended format and the fact that you really know your tech and the items you are talking about. I also like your presentation! I would love to hear about your system, tools, servers and distribution costs. Even though it is flash – the quality size and framerate is great. Since we are talking about a LARGE file given res, framerate and length how can you folks afford to pay for each stream? Is there some kind of magic tech going on here or have streaming costs taken a nosedive? Oh it took David Pogue of the NYTimes two years to get the sound right, but you guys have even got that together. the head mounted mics are almost invisible, what are you using? Camera? Compression system? Even your backdrop looks good without the cheesy greenscreening everyone else is using. That is worth a story in itself! Once again, very nice job – I rate your work a 5 out of 5 – keep up the great work!

    Reply to this comment
  7. Tom

    07. Nov, 2007

    Nice job! I like the extended format and the fact that you really know your tech and the items you are talking about. I also like your presentation! I would love to hear about your system, tools, servers and distribution costs. Even though it is flash – the quality size and framerate is great. Since we are talking about a LARGE file given res, framerate and length how can you folks afford to pay for each stream? Is there some kind of magic tech going on here or have streaming costs taken a nosedive? Oh it took David Pogue of the NYTimes two years to get the sound right, but you guys have even got that together. the head mounted mics are almost invisible, what are you using? Camera? Compression system? Even your backdrop looks good without the cheesy greenscreening everyone else is using. That is worth a story in itself! Once again, very nice job – I rate your work a 5 out of 5 – keep up the great work!

    Reply to this comment
  8. Tom

    07. Nov, 2007

    Nice job! I like the extended format and the fact that you really know your tech and the items you are talking about. I also like your presentation! I would love to hear about your system, tools, servers and distribution costs. Even though it is flash – the quality size and framerate is great. Since we are talking about a LARGE file given res, framerate and length how can you folks afford to pay for each stream? Is there some kind of magic tech going on here or have streaming costs taken a nosedive? Oh it took David Pogue of the NYTimes two years to get the sound right, but you guys have even got that together. the head mounted mics are almost invisible, what are you using? Camera? Compression system? Even your backdrop looks good without the cheesy greenscreening everyone else is using. That is worth a story in itself! Once again, very nice job – I rate your work a 5 out of 5 – keep up the great work!

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  9. Alan

    04. Dec, 2007

    Thanks for your review of the Panasonic HDC-SD1.In future could you discuss battery life. This is an important factor when deciding on a final purchase of a video camera.I am new to your audience and have enjoyed the episodes I have watched. I am catching up to your more recent shows.You guys are entertaining to watch and give a professional air to your vidcast delivery.I do have one question. Am I right that you use 3 cameras to produce the vidcast?

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  10. Parcero

    04. May, 2008

    I like this production guys, good job, the only thing about this long video is that there’s no way to jump to a later part in the video (you can but it takes time to load, yes I know it is high def video and lengthly so it takes time to load and you can’t fast forward until it loads), for instance, I came to watch the review on the camcorder but had to watch the whole review of the ipod which I wasn’t interested on. My constructive criticism goes on that, probably separate videos per each device would be better. Now, aside from that you guys do a great job. and as for the comment above I go with 2 Cameras, The main camera for the long shot which is used to do the close-ups as well and the one they use to make the close up on the devices. Did I get that right?.. :) Good job guys again!

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  11. LU

    27. Mar, 2009

    Wow Torgo what a dick!!!!!!!People like you are so internet typical, I bet all you do is sit on your fat ass in front of your computer (in your underwear eating Cheetos) dogging people left and right just to make yourself feel better about your pathetic, meaningless life!!!How about appreciating the fact that these people put together a professional looking segment (Which is not easy to do!!) and provided a great review that both techno heads and house wife’s can get something out of!! Oh that’s right I forgot your the internet moron.Nice job guys keep it up !!!!

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