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Old 02-26-2012, 06:30 PM
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I am going to pick up a camera tomorrow, either the original go Pro, Or might try the 12MP bloggy. Both are video cameras, capable of taking still shots. What I was wondering, is if a camera can record in 1080P but can only take 5MP photos, would I be able to just take freeze frames of the video and have them be 1080P? If I can do that it would make a lot more sense to get an Hd camcorder and not worry about the quality of photos it would take. Any other suggestions on cameras/ camcorders i could buy at Best Buy would be appriciated, I need something that will take pictures that are quality enough that people would buy. I live around a lot of farms and was hoping to make some cash on the side through AP. My budget is 250$ give or take, was planning on going with a cheaper one at first and test it out, and if its not quality enough, return and upgrade. Thanks for any help.
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Old 03-02-2012, 03:39 PM
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These are off a Hd1080P MP4 video. some cams have the ability to snap stills off a vid cam while recording, and even in playback..


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Old 03-08-2012, 09:07 PM
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The Nikon D40 with 18 to 55mm lens under the cashback offer will be about £270 to £280 once you have received the cashback. If there is a Jessops close by then I would suggest you visit and try out the different cameras suggested and see how they feel in the hand and how easy you find the menus and buttons to use.
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