Give it up for content y'al! I certainly lust after an HD television. Our friend has a sweet 42" Panasonic and we're always in awe of the HD experience.
So... what does that have to do with videoblogging? Not a whole lot today, not something most vloggers need to worry about. But tomorrow is coming quick. Rocketboom has their stuff in HD. I shoot on a Sony HC1 which is small and not very expensive. However I hardly ever edit in HD - I basically think of it as a really good SD camera with sharp detail. But I've got that footage in HD should I have an opportunity to show a video on TV, or in a theater, or online. Strangely enough, I'm considering ditching the HC1 for a Panasonic DVX. I just love the 24p look, and the gamme curves (or whatever) that just look fantastic. --- In email@example.com, "Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > 1) Shoot using the cheapest camera you can find. > 2) Embrace compression artifacts. > 3) Rejoice, send me a link and spend the money you save on things that > actually matter (hint: it's not a green screen). > > - Andreas > > Den 18.12.2006 kl. 01:58 skrev Joshua Paul <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > > Not completely on topic, but not off either. I just posted an entry > > on my blog. In a nutshell, I don't care about HD...just good content. > > > > http://www.joshpaul.com/?p=250