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New Fiat 500 - Dining Room Table Reviews

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Published on Jun 27, 2011

Review of the New Fiat 500 automobile from my dining room table... Almost.

While every effort has been made to ensure the technical information presented in this video is accurate, the review includes information from third-party sources such as Wikipedia and the manufacturer's own Web sites in Canada, the USA and Europe, none of it guaranteed to be 100% accurate.

For example, the CPG Factor for the Pop configuration might be off because the US site lists way too many standard features normally found on higher-end models. Air conditioning, leather trimmed steering wheel, cruise control, and the Blue&Me hands-free system included in an entry-level car at that price? Not so sure about that.

Video equipment used:

- Canon HF200 camcorder (exterior shots and forward-facing road cam, default settings)
- Canon HF R10 camcorder (rear-facing road cam, dynamic image stabilizer activated, manual focus set to infinity)
- Kodak Zx3 video camera with after-market fish-eye lens (on the dashboard, set to 720p 60 fps and zoomed in to its optimal scaling point)

Colour correction and contrast/brightness adjustments have been applied during editing. This is perfectly normal since no camera, amateur or professional, can get the colour right especially when the environment changes constantly, or when you're shooting through a tinted car window!

Vehicle provided by HOLAND CHRYSLER of Montreal. http://holandchrysler.ca

Music by Kevin MacLeod. http://incompetech.com

Produced by Randall Martin and François Caron
Written and directed by François Caron

Copyright 2011 TCPub Media Inc.

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