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JasonsDrivingForce


Jun 24, 2009, 12:40 PM

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Re: [spicytuna] Any camcorder users here?
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I have about 10 videos of my son on youtube(user=mpgxsvcd) and in the videos section on this site.
http://www.youtube.com/user/mpgxsvcd

Most recent Trip report and videos
http://www.rockclimbing.com/...d;page=unread#unread

They were all recorded with my Panasonic DMC-ZS3 digital still camera. The videos are not edited very well but they look good and most are at 720p which is as high as youtube goes.

I know most people here will claim that you canít get great videos and pictures without using a professional camera. However, I think that any High Definition video is better than all standard definition video.

I have only seen a couple other HD climbing video besides mine. I sure wish more people would shoot in HD(More specifically progressive scan HD). I canít stand watching a great HD video get ruined by interlacing artifacts.

The only problem with my camera is that I got some chalk dust in my lens so there is a hazy circle in the middle of some of my videos. I should have bought the TS1 which is the water and dust proof version of my camera. Oh well, I might just crack it open and try to blow it out.

I use Sonyís Video Vegas 8 and a program called AVSVideoConverter to edit and compress my videos to 720p .wmv files for streaming on the web.


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