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Old Aug 14, 2006, 12:47 PM   #31
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locate me a site that allows ful video and I'll be happy to upload.

as for the sd card faster is better, but I rely on an average card read the specs of the camera most aipteks go around 48 min's high quality.
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Old Aug 14, 2006, 3:14 PM   #32
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There is this French site:vid upload which offers 20mb free for the videos!

No the inscription.
Unlimited Upload. :-) :?

PS: you have the dv8900?
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Old Aug 15, 2006, 3:58 AM   #33
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thanks for the information, fishy!
and also for your help..

i can make a temporary account on my server so you'll be able to upload a sample video.. if it's good for you.. i'll send you a pm with further infos..

thanks so much,
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Old Aug 15, 2006, 11:09 AM   #34
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ajousse,

Great photos there! It just shows how much better a device is when it has an autofocus mechanism. I have the Aiptek PVR which is really a rebadged DV 8800. My photos pale in comparison to yours.

I am somewhat mystified as to why we have so many variations of names for the same device here since Aiptek USA has the DV 8800 listed but not the PVR which seems to be the same device sold at the stores.

I tired looking at your videos but youtube had decided they were in the process of upgrading so cannot access the site at the moment.

You can see some sample photos here:
http://www.pbase.com/rgv523/pvr

and sample videos here:
http://media.putfile.com/PVR1
http://media.putfile.com/PVR2
http://media.putfile.com/PVR3
http://media.putfile.com/PVR4


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This was originally a double post due to website posting problem. I couldn't find anyway to delete the duplicate post so I edited it to removed duplicate text but it still left a blank post, hence this text.
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Old Aug 15, 2006, 1:19 PM   #36
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auranala

you asked 2 important questions that I hope is not off topic fo here even though it is An AIptek dv6800, dv8800

1. low quality vid in full , and high quality in full al non compressed.

and setting up an account which I cannot access it was super thoughtful

Thank you

2. as I made a sample video in Low and hope to get it up and to you , and others to view.

I used the night mode and in a low lit situation it worked Just dandy

I could not believe my dawg could move his paw like that :G, and you hear me kissing to get his attention, but what go me was the tv was on and listen to the sound waa waa waa slow motion :G

without. bad no light or dark real bad and the lowest setting 1 minute when viewed on a 15 inch not good I preferre high res over low res. try not to be cheap on filming? it camn be priceless if you get it on [email protected] high res.......

Fishycomics link to full size videos click me

esnips hope this helps out
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Old Aug 15, 2006, 2:04 PM   #37
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http://savefile.com/files.php?fid=4334464

hope this works its 24 mb to download not responsable for the sites actions?

high reso9lution will upload and edit for a low res.



free stuff is just that lol. hope you're happy 20 times to load 2 files lol

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Old Aug 15, 2006, 5:50 PM   #38
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I recently purchased a DV8900 but returned it and opted for the older 8800. It seems that when capturing video, the DV8800 is better in low light than the DV8900.

I'll post some comparison vids a little later. You tube is under maintenance as a type heheh. I'll be back in a minutes to post video from the 8900 and the 8800 under the lighting conditions, same venue.

10 min later..............

I'm back

Here is a video of my band, taken with the DV8900
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVwdu84P-V8

Here is a video of my band, taken with the DV8800
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5MRJqyRnFo

As you will notice, the video taken with the DV8800 is much brighter, you'll also notice the red lights in the back, with the 8900 you can see the red light only from the spotlight, but with the 8800 you can see the red lights hitting the wall. The drums can actually be seen. If you plan to take videos in low light like when recording bands (like I do) you might want to go with the DV8800.

by the way, the DV8800(Asia) is the same as the MPVR(6800) I think.

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Old Aug 15, 2006, 6:04 PM   #39
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Jay excellent footage and the son on the 8800. ut if I watch too long RGVCAM will back me up its of synck but only noiced if closely wacthed.

Must be an Aiptek thing....
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excellent!

thank you fishycomics, rgvcam and jpadua for your samples!

on the other hand fishycomics, the download on savefiledoes not go. I have trying this afternoon and now but it's similar.
That download 0 KB! :O

You know why??
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