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Ayman Hussein March 22nd, 2007 12:48 PM

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.

Chris Barcellos March 22nd, 2007 01:59 PM

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..

Ayman Hussein March 22nd, 2007 02:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chris Barcellos (Post 646253)
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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