Re: audio clearer when playing in collections than in timeline Why? Help!
From: ed sharpe (esharpe_at_uswest.net)
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 12:46:59 -0700
John, That is a neat little camera too... no what I have is a Hewlett
Packard PDA that has a 1.2 meggapx camera in it that also shoots video!
here is the link to it....
got it originally to survey wireless access points as we want to wifi the
whole downtown area here in Glendale.
here is a link.... in the folding lambskin case it looks like you are
taking movies or stills with an open wallet as the flap is open to view the
lcd and the camera is on the back of it.. we use a one gig sd card to
here is a link to a weird little video I made of the balloons at night...
there is some explanation due as there is also an odd cut to a strange doll
that looks like one of the council members and a bulldozer shot also
because some of the council wish to destroy historic buildings in our
downtown. ( you would sort of have to live here to connect all of this).
you can even start the camera and do PDA things with it make beeping sounds
in meetings but they are being recorded... indeed great fun!
Using the PDA it is sort of like trying to make movies with the bare
minimum! we also have a jvc vhs-c camera that is a good looker but nasty
to use we just tool out of one of the museum displays and got a batter
for... the downfall of this unit are:]
1. no diopeter adjustment so I can not see well to focus with my old bad
2. a weird chroma coloring that runs though the picture... do not know if
the heads need cleaning or the nuvicon tube is getting weird ( advice?)
no manual so I shot a city council meeting with it and had it set on
daylight and everything is sortta orange! ( finally figured out there was a
little control that could change this)
soon we will a good digital movie camera....
"John Kelly" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hello there,
> A chap posted some video to our website....his name was Nic. He had taken
> some quite good video in Russia at a Monestry. Take a look-see...he used
> the AIPTEK Pocket DV3500 I was wondering if that is similar to yours. Its
> not bad video for hand held
> Have A Nice Day.....John Kelly
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