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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    the original footage is in full 1080p. The video quality in the J1 is OUTSTANDING. I rendered the clip above in 480p for uploading size reasons for youtube. The original video out of the camera was MUCH sharper.
    Ah, I see. I'm sure you wouldn't have the J1 if it wasn't good! Nothing like great quality optics and cams! Had a quick ? for you......... Is 1080p outdated now? Just wondering because on my new canon 110 is says I have 1920p, I didn't even know they had more than 1080?
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    1080p is still the industry standard for home viewing. The 1920p setting would likely be downsampled for viewing in most cases.

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    Hey guys, would my Canon T3i SLR be good for pics and video with a Vortex Razor HD Spotter im planning on getting soon for my first Elk hunt this fall?. I like taking pics and having something for people to see in my coffee table albums I make of my hunts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzlfarmboy View Post
    Hey guys, would my Canon T3i SLR be good for pics and video with a Vortex Razor HD Spotter im planning on getting soon for my first Elk hunt this fall?. I like taking pics and having something for people to see in my coffee table albums I make of my hunts.
    It can be a challenge digiscoping with an SLR. Mirrorless and compacts are better because you can autofocus, and they are easier to adapt to the spotter.

    You should look at the Tines Up kit, or make your own with an inexpensive compact camera with a MAX zoom of 5x or less, an adapter for filter threads like a Zeikos universal adapter, and a Tines Up Video Scopecam adapter.

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    I see what ya mean BB, Tines up setup looks pretty sweet. Anyone had much luck using the Iphones for digiscoping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzlfarmboy View Post
    I see what ya mean BB, Tines up setup looks pretty sweet. Anyone had much luck using the Iphones for digiscoping?
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    I tested the Meopix iphone adapter with great success. It was really pretty easy, once I downloaded an app with a timer. Phoneskope also make pretty slick looking adapters people have had luck with. Kowa makes a higher end version.

    I still the think the compact camera/ tines up system gives a little bit better results.

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    Hello friends i am here i just want to say you that there are many cameras and companies are making best quality Digital camera but the best company and best camera is for use and make the professional type photography is Nikon & Canon company this is the best company which introduce many new and latest features Digital cameras and all the professional photographers are like to use this company's cameras for make the photography..................

 

 

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