On the other hand, you want the video to be the highest quality that
you can get when filming.
You might want to use it for broadcast when the TV networks come
It happened to me.
Check out this video:
I was in the back seat during the ride through the tunnel and my
footage was used on the top story on the local news!!!
On Nov 25, 2004, at 12:18 PM, Jay dedman wrote:
> i believe you want a camera you can hold in your pocket.
> once you start compressing the video….i think the quailty
> deteriorates anyway.
> so getting a Pro camera seems overkill.
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