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Color Viewfinder and 2. For those who prefer the larger screen for composing their videos, the fold-out screen makes it easy. It twists and can be flipped so you can shoot your video from any angle without having to look in the viewfinder. Amazingly sophisticated circuitry delivers proper exposure automatically under almost any lighting condition. But you also can easily adjust the exposure in any one of several creative ways to meet your specific need.
Selecting a different exposure mode lets you control how you want the video to look. If a family member has never handled a camcorder before, you can assure them everything is under control. This is Easy Recording with options. So if you want to let things run automatically, no problem. But if something should arise, you can easily make adjustments. For example, you suddenly see a child peering through a picket fence; the autofocusing system may have a bit of difficulty but you can easily adjust the focus for a perfect picture.
Capture the swing of a golf club, baseball bat or tennis racket -- crystal clear -- when using Sports Mode. Portrait mode automatically selects larger lens aperture settings which throws the background out of focus -- putting the accent back on your subject. This makes the bright area overexposed. Now imagine a singer spotlighted on a stage. What is your camcorder going to do?
The camera automatically exposes for the subject in the center of the frame -- in the spotlight - leaving the larger, dark area as it should be: dark.
This prevents the subject from showing up overexposed or blooming against a dark background. Low Light Mode selects lower shutter speeds to deliver proper exposure. Just switch to Low Light Mode. The same applies indoors. Low Light Mode to the rescue. In Color Night Mode, the camcorder automatically selects the ideal shutter speed and sensitivity combination to brighten up the scene, without sacrificing color, in situations normally too dark for recording.
On top of that, if you are shooting in Color Night Mode and it suddenly gets brighter, the camcorder automatically compensates so you continue shooting without skipping a beat. Input can be digital or analog. Video outputs include composite and S-video. The DV terminal allows high-quality transfer with virtually no deterioration in quality of images. Using MiniDV cassettes, audio and video are recorded digitally. The MiniDV format delivers more than lines of horizontal resolution.
The digital data transfer occurs without any degradation to the image or audio. This means you can edit movies on your computer and maintain the same high level of picture and audio quality when you transfer the edited movie back to DV tape using the DV terminal. You also can transfer the video onto your computer to view, edit, post on the Internet, or send to friends. Just press the photo button to capture more than 1, still pictures, each with 6 seconds of sound, on a single 80 minute videocassette.
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