May 10, 2003 at 9:38 pm #2619
striderParticipantMay 10, 2003 at 10:00 pm #2621May 10, 2003 at 11:11 pm #2623
IndyAParticipantMay 11, 2003 at 2:11 am #2632May 11, 2003 at 2:11 am #2633May 11, 2003 at 2:27 am #2635
By personal experience camcorders take kind of a “sheeted picture” somtimes over the frame. The quality in a camcorder is not as crisp as a logitech quick cam pro 4000 (or other good webcam) because of how it is linked. The “sheeted picture” i mean that it puts a kind of smear tint on the animation…..i did a film with a camcorder….for a school project….if you want to see the difrence look here…the project was animation…..
i will upload the files soon….——————
i dont have them right now…
IndyAMay 11, 2003 at 2:37 am #2636
Brian of GepParticipantMay 11, 2003 at 5:19 pm #2659
There have been numerous topics about the advantages and drawbacks of miniDV camcorders, in this forum and the old one too.
I just wanted to point out a thing about Sony. I don’t buy Sony products, because I don’t like their limited compatibility. For memory, upgrades, accesories, whatever the product (camcorders, photo, computers, hifi systems,…), the options are always only Sony compatible and thus two times more expensive. I like to have the possibility to choose the brand of my RAM, lens, tape,… This has to be taken on considerations when buying a hi-tech product. Just my two cents.May 12, 2003 at 4:17 am #2690
Lowweek, I couldnt agree with you more. I have a Sony Clie PDA that is useless. It seemed like it had so much potential, then they discontinued it shortly after its launch(and NEVER GAVE ME MY FREAKIN WI-FI CARD!!). As for the cameras, make sure you look at exactly the options for still frames. Some of them take 6 seconds of video to represent one still frame. This sucks as it takes up TONS of memory and editing time.May 12, 2003 at 8:57 pm #2724
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