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  • #16
    Current rejection rate?

    quote:
    Originally posted by PolishAir42:
    Unh hun...theres no such thing as a device that takes good video and digital shots...theres simply a lack of pixels in the videocameras and a lack of room and high quality formats/storage for digital cameras.





    Actually yeah it does, the helicopter shots werent very close up so a thing called zoom was used which decreases quality.
    [img]smilewink.gif[/img]

    Closeup pictures are great, so is the video. When we were in Vegas we were on top of the Stratosphere and I was videotaping down in the backyards and other motels and could somewhat clearly see people over 1000 feet below.
    Then I videotaped the Palms from our room at the Luxor, it was pretty blurry but you could still see what it was.
    http://www.jvc.com/product.jsp?modelId=MODL026105
    I think this one is it actually..

    Its my brothers and he lives in CA so I can;t exzactly ask right now. [img]images/smiles/icon_smile.gif[/img] But I'm 99.7% positive thats it.


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    • #17
      Current rejection rate?

      quote:
      Originally posted by Robert:

      Yo smartass.. Its made to take video and pictures hence the part about the digital camera.


      "10X Optical--700X Digital Zoom / Built-in light & digital still camera / SD--MMC Multimedia Interface / 8MB SD card included"


      [img]images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]




      No, zoom worsens the photo but even without zoom you simply can not get a good sharp photo from a videocamera. The videocameras of today simply do not have the sufficient number of pixels yet...

      I am not talking about 800pixel shots with lots of noise...
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      • #18
        Current rejection rate?

        quote:
        Originally posted by PolishAir42:

        No, zoom worsens the photo but even without zoom you simply can not get a good sharp photo from a videocamera. The videocameras of today simply do not have the sufficient number of pixels yet...

        I am not talking about 800pixel shots with lots of noise...




        Did I not just say zoom worsens the photo?
        [img]skeptical.gif[/img] Guess not. [img]images/smiles/icon_wink.gif[/img]


        Well I guess this video camera, with still digital camera is a freak of nature because it takes good pictures.

        [ December 16, 2002 06:16 PM: Message edited 1 time, lastly by Robert ]


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        • #19
          Current rejection rate?

          Robert I am saying that even closeup with no zoom you CAN NOT get the kind of image of a videocamera with a still photo capability, trust me i have a high end Sony Digital 8 Videocamera and its not that great...If so show me some good pix you got out of it.
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          • #20
            Current rejection rate?

            quote:
            Originally posted by PolishAir42:
            Robert I am saying that even closeup with no zoom you CAN NOT get the kind of image of a videocamera with a still photo capability, trust me i have a high end Sony Digital 8 Videocamera and its not that great...If so show me some good pix you got out of it.



            Search Robert Cooper andd you will see two. But like I said those are WITH zoom and after the video camera got shocked by a howitzer so it looks a little more blurry.

            I never said this will take perfect pictures or pics as good as a film cam, but they are still pictures waay better then a disposable camera would take.


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            • #21
              Current rejection rate?

              FYI, I managed to answer my own original question re: the rejection rate... By my calculator the current rejection rate is a little over 10%.

              I figure a good way to ballpark it is to look at the current number of photos in the DB (9729 as of the morning of Dec. 17) then divide that by the ID# of the most recent photo (in this case 10865). Maybe not entirely precise, but close enough to answer my original question.

              -Chaz

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