Question about Cameras
Sounds like you just mostly have problems with the camera not taking the picture as soon as you push the button. There are some ways to get a single frame from a camera video file, but I think the best way to get what you really need is to have a camera that takes the picture as soon as you push the shutter button. The least expensive option for this is one of the digital SLR's. Nikon sells the D40 for around $400. This would take the picture as soon as you push the button, and you could take about three per second also. Then you could just download the pictures and find the one you liked. To get the single frames from a video will require you to use a special software.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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