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Camcorders and Editing

Discussion in 'Digital camcorders' started by stampcat2, Jun 14, 2007.

  1. stampcat2

    stampcat2 Member

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    I purchased the JVC Everio HDD Digital Camcorder (GZ-MG130)and I am not happy with the video quality. I am looking to again buy a camcorder but I want to know ahead of time, if the video can be edited. I read that the ones with mini-dvds cannot be edited but need to burned to a dvd as is.I was looking at the Sony DCR-DVD108 DVD but wanted to be able to transfer from the camcorder to edit. Please enlighten me on this.

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    Sandy
     
  2. PFloyd

    PFloyd Regular member

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    Actually the better camcorders for editing the videos are the ones that us the minidv tape. The quality is far better than the HDD and the DVD camcorders. I have an Elura 100 and I really like the video quality.
     
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    If image quality is important, go with the high-megapixel or 3CCD camcorders. Also, PFloyd's comment abut miniDV is correct.
     

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