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Central Florida - Jason234 - 07-25-2005 02:57 PM

well then I need to learn how to operate my video camera...i'm not kidding.

Central Florida - Jeffery McElroy - 07-25-2005 03:05 PM

what type of camera?

Central Florida - Jason234 - 07-25-2005 03:26 PM

Jeffery McElroy Wrote:what type of camera?

Panasonic basic VHS....

Central Florida - Jeffery McElroy - 07-25-2005 03:44 PM

basic VHS? No one has those anymore. Does it say Handycam, VHS C, mini DVD, or MiniDV (probably MiniDV) ?

Central Florida - Jason234 - 07-25-2005 04:07 PM

nope...it's a basic vhs. as you can say I'm not a big electronic's buff, actually i'm extremely ignorant when it comes to those things...

Central Florida - Jeffery McElroy - 07-25-2005 04:16 PM

How long have you had this thing? Show me a picture of it. If it's not a minidv camera, you need to buy one. You can get them for like 100 bucks now. Remind me later and I will explain to you why miniDV is actualy better than the more expensive miniDVD.

Central Florida - Jason234 - 07-25-2005 04:30 PM

I've had my video camera since I was 5..works like a charm! It's looks a lot like this...

Central Florida - Jeffery McElroy - 07-25-2005 04:46 PM

Ok... you, uh, get like 20 lines of resolution from that. Good for its time, but that is like 1980's technology. Go DV. Anything else is too costly to edit. DV goes straight to the computer via firewire, so an hour after shooting an hour tape, you are ready to edit. Beauty in motion.

Central Florida - Jason234 - 07-25-2005 04:53 PM

I guess I'll buy one. I am bringing in some decent money. Hopefully this will be one hell of a cold winter like 2004!!

Central Florida - Jeffery McElroy - 07-25-2005 05:04 PM

I was doing some research, and actually, today, more people die in the us with major Nor’easters, than in hurricanes. Of course... this is highly relative.