EDIT Mmm J : lol the sun IS behind his subject.... Sun ON the subject, behind the camera. The blur on the left is from shooting toward the sun, it is a little glare off of the plastic case and/or lens. A shade for the lens will help, but...
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 17/12/2012
The problem is light, simply put. All digital cameras and camcorders have a sensing device, either a CCD or a CMOS sensor, which responds to light. Each pixel on that sensor needs a certain amount of light hitting it before...
5 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 09/11/2007
Don't do that with the camera. Use a video editor to add this type of effect.
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 23/02/2014
What you are doing has NOTHING to do with film. Any image is going to look sharper on a small screen than it does when it is blown up to computer monitor size.
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 15/12/2012
what the guy said above/below me is right but you can also get a software called denoiser or something like that im not quite sure what it is called but it works miracles and i "quote" well not really i dont...
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 20/07/2012
Follow this link: http://www.nchsoftware.com/videopad/index.html Download the trial for this video. Add the video into it, the click on effects. Click on the clip, then click on the Sepia, and Noise effects. That should give you that old film look.
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 18/05/2011
I haven't been too impressed with the hard drive camcorders. We tried an Everio...Nasty! I'm surprised, Sony camcorders normally do awesome at night. We have an HDR HC-7...
9 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 17/08/2008
For basic editing, Avidemux is a great choice: It's also freeware, so that's always nice
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 23/02/2012