|| Python Programming on
Win32, by Mark
Hammond and Andy
Robinson, 2000, ISBN 1565926218, O'Reilly.
If you are working with Python in a Windows environment and you want to talk to other applications (say by using COM or DCOM) or control or modify the operating system from Python (perhaps using Python as your operating system scripting language), you simply must get a copy of this book. Like the Python Cookbook, each time you use this book it'll save you hours of "interesting" times. I highly recommend this book.
It's also the sort of book where a programming team needs at least one copy. The sample code and errata page is here.
An introductory presentation by Mark Hammond and Greg Stein on COM given at a conference. In Feb'06 an announcement of a website dedicated to this was made: win32com.goermezer.de.
Not only were video clips sharp and highly detailed, but noise levels were also minimal across the board, even in low light. In fact, there were some instances where we preferred the Vixia HF20's low light performances to the formidable Canon Vixia HF S10's.and provides a few still samples of the low light performance.