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  1. I don't think you'll have much luck, unless you have a very expensive video editing application. Did you use a cellphone video cam?

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 08/05/2007

  2. Okay firstly you mentioned medium to low light, you can't expect not to have grain in those conditioned. Video needs lighting or sunlight to look good, thats just the way it works. Secondly you said that you turned of the...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 28/04/2009

  3. i think you have turned on the high speed shutter. normally a video camera is very sensitive to light, even one of your vintage and never show grain in outdoor scenes. most miniDV cameras have a shutter option to reduce blur when shooting well lit fast moving...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 12/10/2012

  4. The grainy picture can happen in almost any camera. One easy way is to utilize too high... setting. SO an ISO of 400 in low light will produce a very grainy picture where as a lower ISO will produce a better picture. ...

    4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 06/07/2013

  5. Grainy image tells me the video was captured under poor lighting conditions. ...provide much more help... If the video you captured was outside on a bright sunny day and was grainy, then there is likely something else going on. ALL camcorders can take good video outside on a bright...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 25/10/2009

  6. Does it appear that way on unedited video straight from your camcorder? Check if you need to set any quality settings higher, or compression settings lower. MPEG (and JPEG) doesn't do so well with dark areas, as it considers it...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 20/03/2014

  7. Outside? Indoors? Daylight? Dusk? Did you adjust the settings or set it to Auto? It could be so many things. Play it back on your tv to see how it looks.

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 01/12/2009

  8. GoPro's usually need like you said "a ton of light" - But since you got it today I suggest updating the firmware then see what happens. You probably wouldn't have this problem if GoPro's had a manual iso option. Good...

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 14/08/2012

  9. Yes, it's completely normal. Your eyes can operate in a very wide variety of lighting conditions (it's called dynamic range) but the sensor inside a small camera has a much more limited dynamic range. The electronics try to make the picture as bright as...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 02/01/2011

  10. It depends. The camera itself could just be a very low quality. Lighting could also affect picture grain. Record in the best possible lighting conditions.

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/02/2012

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