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final cut pro compatible hard drive camera

Jun 1, 2007
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Hi everyone.

I am desperately trying to find a camera that has a hard drive ie. JVC GM575 or Sony DCRSR200 that will plug and play with FCP without having to convert the format. I know Canon and Panasonic also have cams with hard drives but does anyone know if they or any other camera will definitely work with FCP without having to convert and then render files every time I want to move them on the timeline.

I am leaving the country in three days and need to get the cam before then. I hope someone can help.
Cheers guys,

PLEASE contact me via [email protected]
as I intend to post this as many forums as I can and can't go back to check them all... in a desperate race against the clock here!

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