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  • Camcorders for dark rides

    Anyone have any suggestions for a good camcorder to take along on dark rides? I see these good videos on YouTube and I'd like to get something like that.

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    Re: Camcorders for dark rides

    I was just about to create this thread...

    I would want a video camera that captures a dark ride naturally, without Night Vision or Infra Red... that bugs me

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      Re: Camcorders for dark rides

      I would recommend a Sony with the nightshot. I have an older camcorder (DCR HC-21) and I think it takes pretty good video. The newer ones would probably even be better than mine.

      Here is an example: (It's a bit compressed because it's on YouTube, but you should get the idea:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=http:...?v=2dwwul5OyWY

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        Re: Camcorders for dark rides

        I agree on Sony camcorders. For consumer level camcorders, they generally shoot the best in low-light (from my experience).
        Your Life is an occasion, so rise up to it.

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          Re: Camcorders for dark rides

          Great video!

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