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Learn what digital video camera is best for you and which ones on the market give the best value for money.
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If you are looking to buy digital video camera, you’re on luck because there are tons of incredible models on the market. Here are some tips to help you decide. First, what features are important to you? Do you want something that gets a super high quality image? Or do you need something that easy to use? Are you going to shoot inside with low light? Or are you going to the beach? To get a high quality image, look for a high definition model then look to see how many CCD chips the camera has. CCD chips are the little magic do that that’s respond to light in order to create your video image. So, the CCD chips are considered the heart of your camera. Higher quality cameras has three chips, lower quality cameras have one then onto make two cameras it’s either one or three. In a three-chip camera you have three separate chips across the light colors background one for red, one for green and one for blue. Chips sizes range from 1/6 of an inch to 1/3 of an inch, bigger is better. On the other hand, if you want something easy to use stay with the camera where everything is automatic, which are all inexpensive cameras. Then remember, all automatic camera features work best when you have the camera zoom all the way out. Now, if you like detailed explanations of this please go sign up for my two free eBooks at videoproductiontips.com. They tell you lots interesting things about basic video production and basic video editing. Thanks for watching, I’m Lorraine Gurla.