Search camcorder for hobby projects with Slow Motion (max. 1000 ¬)
Frage von Samuirai: Dezember 2010
I am for several days on the search for a new camera. But I find it just too hard to make decisions, especially because of the slow motion feature of the cameras is so hard to find something (duration of Slow Motion Recording and at which resolution). Currently I have a SonyDCR-SR32 (with 40x Optical. Zoom, 80GB hard drive).
What do I search a camera for hobby projects (YouTube videos, but still in the best possible resolution) to realize. My hobby is Penspinning ( ) if you would look just what is it, that would be possibly useful. It's about my Stiftegefuchtel nice to set the stage, and therefore necessarily looking for a camera with a slow motion function.
The storage media - hard drive, flash memory or memory cards - is not important to me. My current camera has 40x opt. Zoom. And that's just madness. I would like to feature this synonymous with my new camera, but somehow not seen any newer camera with them (only 10x-15x). If it does not just exist, it is synonymous not bad. HD capable. Now the most important - Slow Motion. I only know the sony cameras with recording capability with 3sec Slow Motion 240fps (?). What (of time) but sufficient (would be longer, of course, better). I find so difficult about the resolution. What else is there for cameras with slow motion feature? What are the differences between the various manufacturers? Also, I do not know how much fps are really necessary to Penspinning nice to set the scene.
I have about 1000 ¬ and tend to have the time to SonyHDR-CX550VE. But which has a view finder, GPS, etc. I do not really need anything. White synonymous but not sure if the cheaper cameras synonymous these "Soft Slow" function have (eg the SonyHDC-SD707). I will take synonymous like a camera of another Manufacturer. The reason why I have hitherto only Sony Looked was that I was very satisfied / am with my current. I'm simply no overview of the current products.
I appreciate any help:) Thank you, With best regards, Fabian;)
edit: I edit this all important time in the previous answer in, so you do not have to read the whole thread. It was suggested the Casio EX-F1. This has discouraged very high fps, but the Resolutionkönnte be better. We would advise a short-time 200fps I think sufficient. 4x slower I think looks quite good. If the resolution then still vote, that would be great.
Antwort von Markus_Krippner:
which makes you find FullHD synonymous 300, 600 or 1200 fps in for about 29 minutes real time. But only in slow motion but only in reduced resolution - the faster the lower the resolution.
300 fps would be my opinion but for Youtube "broadcast quality".
The added time, when you was new to cost about 750 ¬. Might be cheaper now to have.
Antwort von Samuirai:
Wow, that sounds really interesting. You know in what resolution are the slow motion shots? I prefer short, but higher resolution in less than 29min.
And the recordings are not synonymous then 29 min possible!
Antwort von Samuirai:
Super thanks. This camera is definitely worth considering. Are there any cameras that provide somewhat better resolution in slow motion? And the optical her to give me a camcorder would be a bit better:) Does anyone have experience with the Slow Motion of Sony?
Antwort von EThie:
Yes, I ;-)
I've played with the FX7 and the slow motion and then forget, since it is no use for animal photography. Or how can I clear an eagle that he has to wait until I enabled the menu, slow motion, before he collapsed on the rabbit and the rabbit until it? So beautiful, like my old Nizo 801-button-pressing and off you go in the same Resolutionmit 3x slow motion - there is nothing in the 1000 EUR range. Moreover, the reduced Resolutionauf 640x480. If the then rendered in HD, although my dog is extremely elegant jumps to master, but badly disfigured by small blocks. Conclusion: The slow motion is only playing one or filmed in SD.
Antwort von Samuirai:
But I have no problem with waiting as I am with the camera's only 640x480 and movies would be a bit more than the EX-F1. I record with the Sony, but only 3 seconds? Edit: I think it would have discouraged synonymous 200fps (4-5x slower effect I think so good). Are there cameras that can temporarily take up the resolution and thereby have a better?