Hello, I need to order two identical consumer cams for a three day shoot starting in 6 days. I will place the order Sunday or Monday morning with B&H. I will be using three static cameras to simultaneously record two "taking heads" from three angles. There will be NINE shoots over three days, each about 2 1/2 hours long. I am currently only familiar with my Canon HF100. The telecine removal and available light performance bother me more than the codec. But I think there will be enough available light that the added gain will not be as big a problem as removing the telecine. (I will be able to measure the light in the venue tomorrow). I do not have time for my usual obsessive research. As far as I can tell, Canon currently makes the only native 24P consumer AVCHD cam (VIXIA HF S200, etc.) and Panasonic makes the only consumer AVCHD cam with decent available light performance (HDC-TM700K, etc., with 3 CMOS sensors). I would be happy to be wrong about this. I am leaning toward the new Canon for the native 24P, as well and the fact that I already have experience with Canon HF100, so I suspect I would better know what to watch out for regarding Murphy's Law (past mistakes that HURT). Are JVC and Sony anything special? What is the Panasonic's native sensor ISO rated at? Is the Canon still ISO 80? Does the Panasonic offer 24P with a telecine? Does it offer 30P (24P is mentioned once in the tech specs, 30P is not mentioned at all). I do not care in this case about the bigger sensors to attain more out of focus blur. But I don't mind bigger sensors if they make the photosites bigger and thus improve the low light performance and dynamic range. Many thanks for your help. Will be in touch later this eve.