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which is the best camcorder to capture high definition video footage of sports, like basketball, baseball, football, etc. without the motion blur? What about if you pan from side to side to catch the action, will it have inter lacing problems? What camcorder would you recommend for capturing sports or any activity with a lot of motion within the $2000-$1000 price range? Please explain your choice of HD camcorder. All answers would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Anything that shoots at 60fps Progressive. Keep in mind though that if you plan to edit the material and author to DVD, you are limited to 29.97 fps.
These are 29.97 interlaced frames, not progressive.


There is no difference in motion between 60p (actually 59.94p) and 29.97i if you deinterlace each field into whole frame, which is all TVs do for high-motion video.
 

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is the Panasonic HDC-TM700 a better camera than the JVC Everio GZ-HM1 at taking HD videos of sports or any physical activity with lots of motion? If so, why? What are the pros and cons of each camcorder?
 

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is the Panasonic HDC-TM700 a better camera than the JVC Everio GZ-HM1 at taking HD videos of sports or any physical activity with lots of motion? If so, why?

It has twice the vertical resolution, if you care.
 

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For sports or activities with a lot of motions, it is recommended to get a flash memory camcorder. Most camcorders may automatically stop recording if it detect lots of vibrations to protect its hard disk from damage.
 
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