I want to buy a video camera (camcorder) which can get me the best VIDEO results. Still photography resolution (Mega pixel) option is of not importan for me.
Simply I want one camcorder through which I can shoot and watch (later) good video shooting results.
I am an amature user.
Budget is not a constarint, but still I want the value for money
PLEASE, advice which brand and model to bye.
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You may need a new computer or upgrade your current one to keep up with the higher resolution of your camera. If you're just playing a video from your camera onto your computer, I would copy/move the video to your computer first and play it from your computer. Maybe try opening it with a different media player like, Quick Time, Windows Media Player, Real Player, DivX by right clicking on the video and go to Open with and choose a different player. If you're wanting to upgrade your computer, start with the video card and RAM. Hope this helps.
A one Gig card is probably all that you need, but video will use a good deal more. Be sure that the camera is set to record to the SD card, not the internal memory. If you are concerned, you can remove the card and transfer the files to your computer and start again. This is much faster than with a cable. Good luck
click on 'Manuals/Specs & Warranty' in the Technical Support section, thn on the subsequent page, in option 2, enter DCR-DVD505 as the model number. This will take you to a page where you can download the operating guide.
You will need all the pixels the camera can produce so set the camera for 1600 x 1200 Fine.
That should produce a good 4 x 6 print.
I can't help with auto/manual as I do not know what they do on that camera.