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SONY Bloggie Duo Question

Discussion in 'Photography' started by goalieboy82, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. goalieboy82

    goalieboy82 Member

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    i am wondering if a sony bloggie duo footage when put on a tv, will it be a widescreen picture. i got the duo for my birthday. i will be filming my team's hockey games.
     
  2. Sam Posten

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    Um, welcome to HTF? Assuming this isn't a set up for a hit and run spam, I gotta say your questions don't make much sense.
    There is no film here, were you meaning to ask a different question?
    The latest Bloggie shoots in 1080p HD so yes it would be in Widescreen.
    http://www.amazon.com/Sony-MHS-PM5-bloggie-Video-Camera/dp/B0031RGKVM
    Is that the one you have?
     
  3. Sam Posten

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    Oh the duo, that's the name of the camera (that's a dumb name but not your fault!)
    1920x1080p MP4 HD video w/5MP still images
    So yep 3:2 still images and widescreen video.
    http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Bloggie-Duo-Camera-Violet/dp/B004H8FNC6/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1332873404&sr=1-1
     
  4. goalieboy82

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    thanks
     
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    what is the frame rate on the footage.
    thanks
     
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    I changed the title of this thread (from "film camera info") to more accurately reflect its content.
     
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    From one of the reviews on the page I linked:
     
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    i was at best buy tonight and saw this:
    http://store.kodak.com/store/ekconsus/en_US/pd/Wide-Angle_Lens/productID.221487600#compatibility
    would it be possible to put onto the bloggie duo (model number MHS-FS2). if not, would anyone know what would be the best wide angle lens to put onto a bloggie duo?
     
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    here is what i took using my bloggie duo:
     
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    The video quality looks pretty decent, Tim. I would suggest taking shorter clips of the better action from a stationary position and editing them together into a shorter video -- something that holds the viewer's interest. I know editing can be tedious -- it's the biggest reason I do not shoot video, as I have no patience to break down the video into usable clips and then construct a video from them. It makes you really appreciate the talent of film editors.
     
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    Shorter clips!
    Editing is the hardest part of photography and especially of videography. Even folks who know you are unlikely to sit through an hour of bouncing video, focus on stability and getting your point across and showing the most interesting stuff and you are 95% of the way there!
     
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    i have not edited the footage yet. when i have some time, i will shorten it to 20 minutes.
     

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