|November 15, 2013|
Recently I was reviewing some videos that I have taken over the past few years using various cameras. I decided to record some of the video settings:
|iPhone 5s||1920 x 1080||H.264||29.99 fps|
|iPhone 4||1280 x 720||H.264||29 fps|
|Sony DSC-HX200V||1920 x 1080||H.264||29.97 fps|
|Flip Video H||1280 x 720||H.264||30 fps|
|Fuji FinePix e900||640 x 480||M.JPEG||30 fps|
What this tells me is that I should use the iPhone and Sony cameras to shoot video. The Flip video might be good for some situations, but I will loose out on video quality. The Fuji FinePix is a great camera that I have used to take great pictures, but I didn't realized how poor quality the video are.
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