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7D...SD960 IS...Zi8

February 21, 2010  •  Leave a Comment
We have just recently upgraded to the Canon 7D. This camera is awesome. It is loaded with features and one of them is the capability of shooting full 1080p HD video. We also bought a point & shoot camera. There are times when we just don't feel like carrying a huge SLR when going out on every day family outings. However, we do believe if you have children you should always have a camera readily available. Many people think their camera phone is sufficient but that is a whole other topic for another day. We purchased the Canon PowerShot SD960 IS which also has HD video capabilities. Just before that we purchased the Kodak Zi8. That is a small pocket HD camcorder. Yesterday I took my daughter out to play at a few parks around town and decided it would be a great chance to test out some of the video quality of all three cameras. Below is a short 2 minute video that I compiled from footage of all three cameras. Of course the Canon 7D put out the best image but the PowerShot wasn't all that bad either. All three are great cameras in my opinion.

**We do not endorse any brand of camera but we do highly recommend and encourage that you make the best memories possible that your budget allows. Memories are priceless, make them look good!



Joey Navarro



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