Hello. Looking to move up from my HF100 to my first prosumer camcorder. I will not have the skill to ride the iris when panning/tilting, so will Im likely to need to correct over/underexposed shots in post. Low light performance, smooth 24P, and high latitude are the most important factors for me. I would also prefer to use flash media. The Texas Shootout review of some higher priced cameras shows that the Canon XL H1looks only slightly worse 2 stops overexposed than the Panasonic HVX200 or Sony Z1 does 1 stop overexposed. http://www.dv.com/article/17652 (pics about half way down) Before I saw this, I was fairly set on the Panasonic HMC150, as it has the same sensor as the upgraded HVX200a. I like the Panasonic because the sensor said to be rated at about ISO 500, it has a histogram in the viewfinder, and smooth 24P. The fact that it uses pixel shifting to get 1920x1080 does not bother me. But I would like the camera to be able to handle 1 stop of over/underexposure, and still be salvageable in post. Anyone know something about the JVC HM100U? BTW, I would not be interested in the RED Scarlet 2/3 as, even if it is $4K, the prices of the flash media will put it way out of my price range. I may wait to see what the other manufactures make in response to the Scarlet before buying, however. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks.