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Old March 22nd, 2007, 01:48 PM   #1
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PQ at a Semi-Well Lit Night Baseball Game

as the title suggests, how would the picture quality be at a night time baseball game with pretty decent lighting.

a good number of my friends and I play softball every other friday night at a local baseball field. Its pretty well lit (as far as the diamond is concerned).

the camcorder would be a on a tripod for the whole game.

will the quality be HD or look about the same as SD (which i currently have the Sony HC32. forgot the exact model #).

hv10 is the camcorder i am taking into suggestion but hv20 can be a choice.
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Old March 22nd, 2007, 02:59 PM   #2
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Saw some night footage of traffic and the city from Asia with the "20" and it looked amazing. It was posted here in the HV10/20 subforum, so try to locate it.

I just shot a softball game at night with my FX1, which might be a bit faster, and I seemed to have plenty of exposure room.

These two experience make me think you will be okay..
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Old March 22nd, 2007, 03:05 PM   #3
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Saw some night footage of traffic and the city from Asia with the "20" and it looked amazing. It was posted here in the HV10/20 subforum, so try to locate it.

I just shot a softball game at night with my FX1, which might be a bit faster, and I seemed to have plenty of exposure room.

These two experience make me think you will be okay..
is it possible if i can get a small sample of that softball game? just so i can see how relatively close it would look like. thanks

ill look for that asia clip.
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