what they are is some pretty sweet stuff for the price ;) but seriously
the difference between them is that one may have built in memory and the other my not (hf20 and the hf200) others may have more zoom than an other (the hf20/200 with 15x or the hfr11 with 20x). you would have to see for your self and compare the little things on them because that is what makes them different from each other until you get into a different price range. i would say go for one of the canons though i have a hf11 and love it
Cross country skiing is great if you live in a small country.
I was talking to Martini about it earlier at a pre-jib academy party, and he seemed pretty sold. Stept is switching, freeski tv is switching, everything is switching. I got to check out a friends 550d a couple of days ago, and I personally loved it.
Currently though, I'm filming with a HV30. It's fun, but I really liked the DSLRS. Still, it's all personal and I'm sure that you'll be happy with whatever you end up buying.
I touched Henrik's pole, it was a once in a lifetime opportunity! One of the highlights of my life!-802jibber(He then missed the bus back from Hood as he tried to get Henrik's autograph.)
"Im not saying fat people are terrorists but in a way they kinda are"
T-mAERSk(champion of ignorance)
I hurt my shoulder, now I can't ski for a long time.
i think it is a cool concept, and could be the way of the future, but i think i'll wait a few more years until i would be willing to make the switch.
My friend's D2X takes some sick pictures, but neither him or i would be willing to sacrifice the photo quality to gain video, thats why i am feeling a separate camera.
I haven't had the chance to use any of the Canon HD DSLRs yet, the only thing i have used was the D5000 for a few minutes, but i might by myself one if i can get the money.
But i think my best option now would be keep using his photo stuff and get a separate video camera