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Best Sports Cameras? (side note about video cameras)
« on: June 02, 2017, 10:25:39 am »
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I'm looking to invest in a good quality camera for sports photography (specifically dance) and I was wondering what were some of the best models to purchase that are able to perform well at high ISO in a darkly lit auditorium.

Also, if anyone knows of a good video camera for starting out (specifically uploading web content onto YouTube), my sis would really appreciate the info ^^
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Re: Best Sports Cameras? (side note about video cameras)
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2017, 10:32:09 am »
For recording detailed activity I use a Sony Cybershot, but any digital camera would do the same. Also, most cellphone cameras are often better than digital cameras for the fact that most can record in 1080 HD, and some in 4K. So if your sister has a cellphone with a camera and an SD slot on it, a micro-SD card may be a better purchase. Hope this helps.
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Re: Best Sports Cameras? (side note about video cameras)
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2017, 10:49:28 am »
For recording detailed activity I use a Sony Cybershot, but any digital camera would do the same. Also, most cellphone cameras are often better than digital cameras for the fact that most can record in 1080 HD, and some in 4K. So if your sister has a cellphone with a camera and an SD slot on it, a micro-SD card may be a better purchase. Hope this helps.

Yeah I have an iPhone and it can record 4K and has plenty of storage. There's plenty of other smartphones that have really good cameras, the iPhone being one of them.
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Re: Best Sports Cameras? (side note about video cameras)
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2017, 11:08:20 am »
For recording detailed activity I use a Sony Cybershot, but any digital camera would do the same. Also, most cellphone cameras are often better than digital cameras for the fact that most can record in 1080 HD, and some in 4K. So if your sister has a cellphone with a camera and an SD slot on it, a micro-SD card may be a better purchase. Hope this helps.

For recording detailed activity I use a Sony Cybershot, but any digital camera would do the same. Also, most cellphone cameras are often better than digital cameras for the fact that most can record in 1080 HD, and some in 4K. So if your sister has a cellphone with a camera and an SD slot on it, a micro-SD card may be a better purchase. Hope this helps.

Yeah I have an iPhone and it can record 4K and has plenty of storage. There's plenty of other smartphones that have really good cameras, the iPhone being one of them.

Thanks for the information!
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Re: Best Sports Cameras? (side note about video cameras)
« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2017, 01:52:00 pm »
For recording detailed activity I use a Sony Cybershot, but any digital camera would do the same. Also, most cellphone cameras are often better than digital cameras for the fact that most can record in 1080 HD, and some in 4K. So if your sister has a cellphone with a camera and an SD slot on it, a micro-SD card may be a better purchase. Hope this helps.

For recording detailed activity I use a Sony Cybershot, but any digital camera would do the same. Also, most cellphone cameras are often better than digital cameras for the fact that most can record in 1080 HD, and some in 4K. So if your sister has a cellphone with a camera and an SD slot on it, a micro-SD card may be a better purchase. Hope this helps.

Yeah I have an iPhone and it can record 4K and has plenty of storage. There's plenty of other smartphones that have really good cameras, the iPhone being one of them.

Thanks for the information!

You're very welcome! :)
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