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Question by Matthew: What is the diffrence between d-slr cameras and camcorders?
Regarding film, what is the diffrence between say, a 5d and an hvx200a, it seems like some of the cannon cameras offer good video and picture quality. Why wouldn’t you get one of those instead of a bulky camcorder that can’t even get pictures. What are the advantages and disadvantages of both?

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Answer by Palladini
HD Camcorders and DSLR Cameras interpolate the video, which means of every 25 of video, 4 or 5 frames are taken by the lens assembly; the other frames in between these are filled in by the camcorder inner circuitry, thus giving you not video. It looks like this -one frame from the lens assembly, 7or 8 from the electronic circuitry, one frame from the lens assembly, 7or 8 from the electronic circuitry, one frame from the lens assembly, 7or 8 from the electronic circuitry, one frame from the lens assembly, 7or 8 from the electronic circuitry, from front to back of the video. Near impossible to edit, even when you have the Multi port processor computer with the big 1GB Graphics card and a Sound card that is required to edit, view, watch and work with the files these camcorders produce.

Consumer Level HD Camcorders and DSLR Cameras have 4 problems. 1) Blurry, fuzzy, out of focus areas closely around people in taken by consumer level HD camcorders. 2) Any movement, even a wave or lifting an arm, while in front of a recording Consumer Level HD Camcorder and DSLR Cameras, results in screen ghosts and artifacts being left on the video track, following the movement. Makes for bad video, sports videos are unwatchable. 3) These Consumer Level HD Camcorders and DSLR Cameras all have a habit of the transferred to computer files are something you need to convert, thus losing your HD quality, to work with your editing software. 4) Mandatory maximum record times – 1 hour, 30 minutes, 8 minutes, 3 minutes – four different times advertised as maximum record time for some Consumer Level HD Camcorders and DSLR Cameras. No event I have ever been to is that short. Either take multiple camcorders and DSLR Cameras or pack up with out getting the end of the event on video.

MiniDV is currently the most popular format for consumer digital camcorders. MiniDV camcorders are typically more affordable than their HDD and DVD counterparts. Each MiniDV tape will typically hold an hour of footage at recording speed and quality. MiniDV tapes are available for purchase at not only electronic and camera stores, but also at drugs stores and grocery stores, making them easy to find while your on vacation. There are literally hundreds of MiniDV camcorders available; both in standard and high-definition. And add the fact that to get a HD camcorder that could produce better video quality footage, one would have to spend in excess of $ 3500 for that camcorder that could produce higher quality video

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    • L
    • May 1, 2013

    First, a few clarifications:

    1) Current dSLR cameras and camcorders record to digital media. There is no film involved.

    2) A “cannon” is a weapon. “Canon” is the name of the company that makes various electronics items.

    Now for my opinion…
    A dSLR is designed to capture still images. Capturing video (an audio is a secondary “convenience feature”. This is why most have known problems overheating when capturing video for long periods and have poor manual audio-gain control. This is not to say they cannot capture good video, they can – but using this secondary convenience feature requires the user to workaround these and other known issues. Along with this is the fact that they mostly capture video compressed video. More compression = reduced video quality.

    A camcorder – in this case, you selected a pro-grade Panasonic AF-HVX200. It is designed to capture high quality, low compression video. It has a lens diameter of 82mm (which is much wider than most dSLRs) and a very large 3CCD imaging chip system (also much larger than most dSLRs). This combination allows the HVX200 to operate in a much wider lighting window – its low light video capture is great where a dSLR would normally record video grainy video. The HVX200 has pro-grade XLR audio inputs (a dSLR with only a 1/8″ (3.5mm) stereo audio input can add an XLR adapter like those from BeachTek or juicedLink) and manual audio gain control on the outside of the camcorder. The camcorder can capture video for as long as there is available memory and power with little worry of overheating.

    If the primary reason for the equipment is digital stills, then the dSLR is preferred. Video capture is an afterthought. If the primary reason for the equipment There is no single device that can provide both functions (especially for a prolonged period) well.

    If the goal is “best available quality”, then use the proper tool to meet the goal. If the goal is to compromise based on bulk, then video quality is irrelevant… For example, if I want loud music, using a small boombox is silly if I have access to a 2,000 watt PA system… or… using a CTS to haul 1,000 pounds of stuff is silly when a large pickup would do a much better job. In both examples, both “tools” can do the job – one is right for the task, the other is not.

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