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    hey, i wanted to know does a video lense make the video quilty look better when recording?

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    anyone?please? i need help and also im sorry, will more light help the quilty out also?

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    Calm down, you only left it an hour and a half! We're not on here 24/7

    What do you mean by a lens(e)?

    All cameras have lenses. DO you mean a zoom lens, or a filter, or something else?

    More light is often good, but it depends what you're filming. Tell us more!!

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    lol im sorry for the rush, i just got 300 dollars from doing acouple of album covers and i kind of wanna order something new for my camera to improve its look quilty.
    ummmm
    filter,zoom anything so that my quilty will look better then it is now....here is a pic of how my camcorder records

    anyone knows what i could get to make it look better? i got magic bullet some one told me it will make it look good, but all it did was change its level nothing special.

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    You know what's going to make it better? Practise!

    Experiment with different levels of lights, different settings on your camera. There is no "right" setting. It all depends on what you want to achieve. Just play around, fiddle with the settings and see what you think looks good for what you want to do.

    Sorry I couldn't come up with a magic answer for you

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    no its ok thanks for the answer anyways
    but there is no equipment that will make it look better?
    is the quilty bad anyways?

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    Just to confirm - are you talking about a stills camera or video camera?

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    video

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    The first thing I would do to make that image better is to balance the whites. Clearly taken inside under artificial lighting, it looks all orange.

    Get the whites white and look at it again.

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    IS THE QUILTY BAD OF THE CAMERA? THE PIC IS ONTOP

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