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    scaling camera advice

    Hey folks, need some advice from you technically saavy among us. Totally out of my field here. Two things, first- what video camera to get for sweet vids when out on the trails. Want to stay in the sub 200$ range. I'm great with still pics, but finding out in a hurry this video thing is a whole different game. Second, and most importantly, have two knees with 11 surgeries between them. Getting down for the cool shots is next to impossible. So, need a camera with one of those swivel screens that i can tape to a yard stick and swivel the screen up so i can see what i'm shooting. Or if you have any like-minded tricks that will keep me off the groundlove to hear them. thanks!
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    RE: scaling camera advice

    Nowadays you can get some really nice video cameras for under $200

    This one should have about everything you want including image stabilization and a tilt screen (B&H is a great company to deal with too)

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc..._1080p_HD.html
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    RE: scaling camera advice

    To decrease number of samples for the implementation of color space transformation, a method for modeling the chromatic characterization of video cameras was proposed


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