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I'm going to buy a Camcorder, these 4 options are available, so please tell me which one is the best and why. I want to use the Camcorder to film stunts, sports, basically a lot of movement. Thank you for your help.


http://cgi.ebay.com/Canon-FS300-Flas...item5add59ab95

http://cgi.ebay.com/Bell-Howell-DNV9...item53e4c5bbb5

http://cgi.ebay.com/DXG-DXG-587V-Cam...63465889782807

http://cgi.ebay.com/3-0-LCD-16-0-MP-...item5add7f1381
PS. Whats the difference if a camcorder has or does not have HD? image quality?
 

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@ skater96993 PS. Whats the difference if a camcorder has or does not have HD? image quality?


Basically, HD video has better quality than SD video. HD video has bigger resolutions, better colours reproduction, better audio etc. Thus making HD video looks nicer than SD. But don't expect you will get crystal clear and vivid videos when filming in low light conditions with a HD camcorder. Consumer based camcorders are usually not good filming in low light conditions, even for HD.


I can't help you decide which is a better camcorder for you though.
 
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