Long story short, I was all set on getting a Canon HF G20 to film my hunts with. Now almost any camera will work well in broad daylight but I am concerned with low light (i.e. first thing in the morning and right at that magical hour before daylight leaves). With that said, I can get a G10 for good bit cheaper and all the reviews I've read said that while the G20 is better at low light, it is really only about 20% better. I know the G10 was raved about for it's low light performance when it came out. Right now I have a Sony HDR-Sr11. While in broad daylight it takes excellent video, there's probably 30-45 minutes of shooting light before the camera picks it up. Also the G10 only has a 10x zoom. Now I hunt with both a bow and a rifle. Do you feel that this is enough zoom for a good quality video. If anyone has any actual experience with this camera, that would be great.