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Can you please explain the difference between Panasonic DMR-EX768EBK AND DMR-EX78EB-K as I currently wish to purchase and cannot understand the detail explanation

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I visited a local supplier and had a long discussion which resulted in my purchasing on line the model DMR-EX768EBK. This has not yet been delivered but I donot have any doubts that my problem is now resolved. Thank you for your interest in assisting me in this matter.

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