Compact digital camera with an excellent wide-angle lens 24-85 mm *, a matrix of 8 million effective pixels and a wide range of additional functions.
* equivalent for 35 mm film cameras
Amsterdam, September 16, 2004. Nikon, the world leader in film and digital cameras, has announced the release of its new Nikon COOLPIX 8400 camera (www.europe-nikon.com), a high-quality compact digital camera equipped with an 8 million-pixel sensor having a wide range of focal lengths (24-85 mm equivalent for 35 mm film cameras), a quick autofocus system and a huge number of different functions. Continue reading
You may find the question in the headline strange, but it is by no means random. Now everything is mixed up in the established notions of what is good and what is bad in relation to video cameras.
And what, in fact, is a digital video camera?
The first digital video cameras were practically no different from analog ones – just the video was compressed in DV format and recorded on tape already in digital form, the entire camera part was used as usual – the same as in old video cameras.
This made it possible to kill immediately a flock of birds with one stone, since recording in a digital form on a tape eliminated tape noise, hardware compression in digital format made it possible to get rid of complicated and expensive video capture and digitization boards. Continue reading
VHS video cassettes and VCRs designed for playing them first appeared on the market in 1976 and successfully outlived Sony Betamax and Video 2000 technologies. In the 1990s and 2000s they were replaced by DVD discs, and today users even prefer to watch video online . If you still have old films on which family events, important as memory, are recorded, it is quite simple to convert them to digital format: we will tell you how to digitize video tapes at home.
Why digitize a video?
The main reason for converting analog VHS video to digital formats may be the lack of a VCR to watch them periodically or problems connecting such a device to a modern TV. Interesting moments of life – birthdays, weddings, holidays, vacation trips – are still stored on film. And for viewing on a computer, media player or TV receiver with HDMI and USB connectors, the videos must be digital. Continue reading