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Windows 7: Video Cameras help?

14 Sep 2013   #1

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Video Cameras help?

hello,

im looking for a camera basically that shoots in 1080p 60fps minimum, has good vibrant, crisp video, and a manual focus. do you guys have any recommendations? my price range is nor more then $400 but would like it to be as cheap as possible.

im in search for one, and dont understand what i have to look for. i see cameras listed for "1080/60p" and dont know what that means.... or i see '1080/60i" id imagine that means 1080p in 60fps or 1080i 30fps? but idk fo sho... and ideas or help or small video camera summary on how to buy one?

thanks!
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14 Sep 2013   #2

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Here's a good explanation,
1080p - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I'd say Nikon would be the best but Olympus also has some nice stuff.
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14 Sep 2013   #3

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thanks, but that dident really explain what 1080/60p means.....


anyone can chime in?
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14 Sep 2013   #4

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by N00berG00ber View Post
thanks, but that dident really explain what 1080/60p means.....


anyone can chime in?
1080/60p means 60 whole progressive frames at 1080 lines per second. p = Progressive (whole frame each time). i= Interlaced (1/2 frame each time). So yes, 1080/60p is what you seek. A Guy
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15 Sep 2013   #5

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by A Guy View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by N00berG00ber View Post
thanks, but that dident really explain what 1080/60p means.....


anyone can chime in?
1080/60p means 60 whole progressive frames at 1080 lines per second. p = Progressive (whole frame each time). i= Interlaced (1/2 frame each time). So yes, 1080/60p is what you seek. A Guy
ok, so i was rite!!!!! lol

thank you so much!

what else should be looked into when buying a vid cam? i know i should get CMOS, but what about size? i see some camers with 1/5" 10 1/2"

so far ive been looking at this one.... any ideas?

Newegg.com - Canon VIXIA HF R400 (8155B004) Black 1/4.85" CMOS 3.0" 230K Touch LCD 32X Optical Zoom High Definition Camcorder


as on newegg, that seems like the best bang for buck, but i havent searched anywhere else.
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