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Identify video camera with clips? What do you think?

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Sean72
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Posted Wed Aug 16, 2006 2:17AM

 I haven't read or heard any rules either way on this and wondered what the opinion would be - should we consider adding the video camera model to our keywords/description?  Is there an official rule on this?


I know that it is much less relevant with still photography - a good image is pretty easy to see from the preview.  However, video cameras each have their own traits, strengths and weaknesses.  Would it help or hurt to list one's video camera with a clip?  What would you want?
photographerc
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Posted Wed Aug 16, 2006 4:13AM
I'd rather the clip be evaluated on it's own merits, regardless of where or how it was made.
sjlocke
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Posted Thu Aug 17, 2006 2:11PM
It's up to you what to put in the description. Still cameras all have their quirks, quality, etc.
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