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  • #1911
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    I’m thinking of asking for a new camera for my birthday. Do you people think this one is good for brickfilming?
    http://www.circuitcity.com/detail.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0794751300.1051841767@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccdkadcieklkijmcfngcfkmdffhdffh.0&catoid=-8025&qp=0&bookmark=bookmark_20&oid=60420

    P.S- My birthday is July 23. Giving me time to think.

    #1925
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    No for brickfilming you need a webcam, is the popular opinion. :wink

    #1928
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    No way dude….I would not reccomend that for brickfilming it would be a hassel to film with all that uploading and junk not to mention it costs more.I highly reccomend the logitech quickcam pro 4000, and that only costs 100.00 or sometimes for how much i bought it for 60.00
    kindest Regards
    IndyA

    #1929
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    “IndyA” wrote: No way dude….I would not reccomend that for brickfilming it would be a hassel to film with all that uploading and junk not to mention it costs more.I highly reccomend the logitech quickcam pro 4000, and that only costs 100.00 or sometimes for how much i bought it for 60.00
    kindest Regards
    IndyA

    Supposing I was patient… would it be good?

    I don’t like being chained to the computer while making brickfilms

    #1931
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    If you’re gonna shell out that kinda jack, get a quickcam pro 4000 and spend $300 on software.

    #1932
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    well i am quite patience my self and i would not beable to go through with that…all brickfilmers have to have patince if they did not how would they film? they would sux at it!!! i guess so…..but i think thats to much $$$ to ask for thats awafully greedy 😛
    IndyA

    #1935
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    Yea i aggree with Rev…..he is quite right

    #1938
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    Yeah, speaking from experience, uploading all those pics is not a fun task. But if you’re really stuck on it, check ebay first. you can usually find one cheaper there. That goes for the quick cam, too. and any thing else as a matter of fact.

    #1939
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    “IndyA” wrote: but i think thats to much $$$ to ask for thats awafully greedy 😛
    IndyA

    True….But then again that’s usually the amount (talking cash here) that I get for my birthday. Not in cash, but in presents. Plus, my mom is on my side. :)

    “IndyA” wrote: well i am quite patience my self and i would not beable to go through with that

    That’s how I film. However the camera is my dad’s so I don’t get to use it much. :(

    “RevMan” wrote: If you’re gonna shell out that kinda jack, get a quickcam pro 4000 and spend $300 on software.

    However, I might take RevMan’s advice. Get a less expensive camera, and spend the rest on software.

    #1941
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    You could pick up Stop Motion Pro 4 and AlamDV and still have money left over. Or, if you could squeeze a little more cash out of your folks (make a good showing on Mother’s day), you could get an educational copy of Adobe Premiere.

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