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actually i just noticed on a review that it can do video 640×320 resolution but that animation is in 320×280. Is that you editing it to get better quality? or someone reviewing it wrong?
I shot and edited it on 640, but I compressed it down to 320 for release.
The Logitech QC 4000 will do 640×480 resolution.
“stoneSkipper” wrote: Just for full disclosure, I want to add that the Logitech 4000 achieves 640 x 480 through software/pixel interpolation. It isn’t true 640 x 480, but more of a digital zoom. Still, it looks pretty good! 🙂
You are wrong stoneSkipper. The camera has native 640 x 480 resolution. It’s the 1280 x 960 stills which are achieved througn interpolation.
through software interpolation the QC will take still images up to 1280 x 960 pixels
But you dont get to use the software interpolation through your capture program, so the 640×480 is ur limit for still images.
For a web animation, you dont want to do anything bigger than 640×480 IMO.
The video capture on the QC is 640×480 through the software interploation, but in stop-mo it’s still images not video.
EDIT: whatever Richard. /me should type faster.
Which would you say is the better for stop motion?
the logitech quickcam pro 4000
the mustek dv4000
Supposing you mean the DV3000 which you mentioned in another thread, I’d go for the QC4000 if stop-motion animation is your aim. While the Mustek one has more pixels (1600×1200 without interpolation), the QuickCam Pro 4000 has a CCD chip, which is way superior to the CMOS chip of the Mustek. Read our Camera article in the resources section for more information on that.
k, i did mean the dv4000 as the specks seem similar but the dv4000 costs a lot more than the logitech
Out of complete curiousity (cuz I already have a QC 4000) can the Mustek zoom?
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