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Best Video Camera For Kids

best video camera for kids
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  • The modern CCTV video camera is available in both monochrome (black and white) and color. Cameras can be set in fixed-positions or placed on 'pan-and-tilt' devices that allow the camera to be moved up, down, left and right.
  • A camera for recording images on videotape or for transmitting them to a monitor screen
  • A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common in other applications as well.
  • A camera that records onto digital or videotape.
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  • 4Kids Entertainment (commonly known as 4Kids) is a Worldwide International American film and television production company. It is known for English-dubbing Japanese anime, specializing in the acquisition, production and licensing of children's entertainment around the United States.
  • The Sport Ju-Jutsu system for kids is designed to stimulate movement and to encourage the kids natural joy of moving their bodies. The kids train all exercises from Sport Ju-Jutsu but many academys leave out punches and kicks for their youngest athlethes.
best video camera for kids - Flip MinoHD
Flip MinoHD Video Camera - Black, 4 GB, 1 Hour (1st Generation) OLD MODEL
Flip MinoHD Video Camera - Black, 4 GB, 1 Hour (1st Generation) OLD MODEL
Here it is! A 720p HD camcorder that fits in your pocket. The Flip MinoHD has 4GB built-in memory to record and store up to 60 minutes of highj quality video. A 1.5" TFT lets you preview and view videos on camera. A USB connector lets you transfer and share videos. Advanced playback, pause, fast forward/rewind features Records high-quality H.264 videos that work with iTunes, iMovie, and iPhoto Child Safe mode to prevent accidental deletions of clips Fast lens - great low or bright light results, 2x digital zoom 1.5 color high-brightness (transflective) display for easy recording and super-clear viewing in bright sunlight Silent mode for recording in sensitive situations TV connector cable included to watch videos on television Tripod mount fits any standard tripod Video - 16 - 9 widescreen, HD 720p (1280 x 720) at 30 frames per second progressive scan Built-in FlipShare software for email, edit, and more Includes Flip Video MinoHD Camcorder w/ built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery; Protective carrying pouch; Wrist strap; TV cable; Quickstart Guide Internal Memory - 4GB (60 minutes) Screen Resolution - 528 x 132 pixels / Video Resolution - 1280 x 720 progressive Video Bitrate - 8.8Mbps (average - auto adaptive algorithm) Video Format - H.264 video compression, AAC audio compression, saves as MP4 file Lens Type - Fixed Focus (1.5m to infinity) Aperture - f/2.4 (fast lens for great results in low-light environments) Zoom - Smooth multi-step 2x digital 8 Touch-Sensitive Capacitive Buttons (Power, Play, Delete, Record and 4 way navigation) Unit Dimensions - 3.94 x 1.97 x 0.63 (H x W x D) PC Connection - Built-in flip-out USB arm (up to 2.0 USB speed) TV Out - NTSC (cable included) Battery Life - Rechargeable lithium ion battery, charges using built-in USB arm Operating System compatibilikty - Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Mac OSX

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16 Things (See #5 for Photo Explanation)
16 Things (See #5 for Photo Explanation)
So I get this flickr mail "You're it! You've been tagged!! Now you have to post a picture along with 16 facts about yourself. I got suckered in too.Sorry! (= J." I'm not one to back down from a challenge, so here it is! 1. Lets see, where to begin....I guess at the beginning. I was born in Phoenix, Arizona. I have lived in Phoenix,Arizona, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Joplin, Missouri, Manhattan Kansas, Springfield, Missouri, Des Moines Iowa, and now St Louis, Missouri. Home for me though will always be Phoenix, Arizona. Something ironic, my sister who is a OB/GYN specializing in high risk pregnancies did her residency at the the hospital I was born at in Phoenix, Arizona. 2. I used to play tennis competitively, however now I play for fun, after I had a serious rotator cuff injury to my shoulder after college. I played both high school and NCAA Division 1 collegiate tennis. I do however give tennis lessons for fun now. 3. I used to be a TV News Photojournalist, and TV Commercial Photographer/Writer/Producer/Director. So besides covering the news on a local level in three different markets, I can also be blamed for those local TV spots you see on tv, even though one of them did win me an Addy Award. So you know what the Addy's are according to Wikipeadia, they describe it this way. The ADDY Awards is the world's largest advertising competition with over 50,000 entries annually. The ADDYs recognize creative excellence in all forms of advertising from media of all types and creatied by agencies of all sizes. 4. I am a major Parrothead, thus meaning I love the music of Jimmy Buffett. I have lost count of how many concerts I've been too. Why you ask? I envy the life of this fifty year old pirate. He has made his own luck, made his own way and pretty much steers his own path these days. He still catches the waves like any giddy teenager hitting the beach with life still all in the future. Yet, he also has developed a sense that the endless summer will indeed turn to fall someday. However, I hope that day is a long time from now. Before that happens there are places he wants to go, things he wants to do and experiences he wants to give his kids that will enrich the rest of their lives, too. What's different about Jimmy Buffett is that he gets to wear the beachcomber attire whenever he feels like it. He spends significant amounts of time filling out customs papers and forms at exotic ports of call, that most of us only can dream about. Flying around the Caribbean Sea, perhaps as far north as Key West, or south to Grand Turk Island, St. Martin, or Port of Spain, Trinidad are just a few of his favorite ports of call. Blue waters, sandy beaches, coconuts, a hammock, and palm trees what else does someone need? I think Mr. Buffett sums it up best by saying "Well, its--escapism. You know everybody needs it". 5. I love penguins. One place I still want to go is Antarctica, and photograph penguins there. Its been a dream of mine since I was a little kid. And when I do make that trip the photographs will be posted here on Flickr! 6. I collect antique cameras currently, perhaps being involved in photography most of my life. Look through my photostream, I have a couple here photographed on Flicker. When I was a munckin, I collected stamps, but I still do have my collection...*Thinks to self, I should see if any of those stamps are worth anything now*. 7.I love to cook... My favorite things to cook, Anything Italian, Indian, Chinese, and Barbecue. 8. I was a Boy Scout, and did achieve the rank of Eagle Scout! 9. My favorite cartoon character is Snoopy. Especially anything that has Snoopy in his World War One Fighter ace outfit taking on the Red Baron. Or when Snoopy is playing tennis at Wimbledon (See #2). 10. I originally wanted to go to Film School at USC (University of Southern California, ie, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg,are alums of USC). But I didn't get accepted, so I went to Journalism School, and figured if I worked in TV I would end up in film at some point. While in college I did take a scriptwriting class and have written a complete script for a movie. Perhaps someday I'll produce/direct it, so if there are any Hollywood producers reading this, look me up I may have a script you may be interested in. 11. With number 10 being said, I love a good movie. There are so many on the list. Baraka, which is a movie with no conventional plot, just incredible photographed scenes (this one comes from my love of photography I'm guessing). But just give me any of the original Star Wars, or Indiana Jones Trilogy of movies and I'm set for the afternoon. 12. I love to travel. The further the better! I think Jimmy Buffett sums it up the best in a song...."Reading departure signs in some big airport, Reminds me of the places I've been. Visions of good times, that brought so much pleasure, makes me want to go back again." This year I will have the opportunity to travel to the Florida Key
Family Photo - Christmas Card Family for early 2010
Family Photo - Christmas Card Family for early 2010
Sabbath morning before church we made this family photo. We planned the previous night on doing it in the morning. We got up extra early to shoot it. I had the video camera out with the intention of recording it but I forgot to turn it on! We shot with it tethered into a laptop and went through several arrangements/poses. Out of about a hundred this was the best with everybody having good smiles etc. This was shot in our main living room. The camera was about 20 feet away (shooting with the 85 mm really requires some distance). We were about 5 feet in front of the white backdrop. I had the flash in the 60" umbrellas at about 7 1/2' in height angled down at us and across. It was about 7 feet away from us to try and provide consistent light on everyone. I didn't want to go to full 1/1 power output on my SB-900 (because of recycling time) and so to keep it at 1/2 I increased my iso to 320. This allowed me to blow out the background with 2 flashes at about 1/8-1/4 power output and shoot at f/7.1 which resulted in about 3 1/2 ' depth of field (calculated with my handy dandy iPhone DOF calculator). I flipped the focus switch to manual after getting focus and never flipped it back. Fortunately, everything came out alright, but we did move around some and focus could have got off. Taken with a Nikon D80. * Exposure: 0.005 sec (1/200) [+] * Aperture: f/7.1 [+] * Focal Length: 85 mm [+] * ISO Speed: 320 [+] Strobist info: SB-900 into 60" Impact reflected umbrella camera left slightly and above. SB-800 and SB-600 behind us and shoot at white satin back drop to overexpose to white (one left one right). Triggered with pop up flash in commander mode. Adobe Lightroom for initial processing. Adobe Photoshop for layers and curves this and that. Adobe Lightroom for cropping.

best video camera for kids
best video camera for kids
Fisher-Price Kid-Tough See Yourself Camera - Black
Features a rotating lens so children can easily take pictures or video of themselves. Child-friendly controls. Also features: 4X digital zoom, 1.8 TFT colored screen, 256 MB memory, SD slot and more. Add fun special effects with downloadable software. Built to survive drop, after drop, after drop.

Features include:

•Features a rotating lens so children can easily take pictures or video of themselves
•Child-friendly controls
•Also features: 4X digital zoom, 1.8 TFT colored screen, 256 MB memory, SD slot and more
•Add fun special effects with downloadable software
•Built to survive drop, after drop, after drop

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