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what kind of camcorder is this

by Jcopacetic / November 29, 2012 5:29 AM PST

I have been trying to figure out what type of camera the smosh duo use for there lunchtime adventures for a while now. then suddenly here it is....

**Very beginning of the video**

The only prolem is that I can't seam to read the blurry word next to the screen. The closest thing I can find to it is "Sony MHS-FS2 Bloggie Duo HD 4GB White Camera Camcorder w/ 2 LCD Screens - OPEN B" but though they are similar they are pretty different.

Smosh's camera comes in pretty clear with good sound quality. I don't know about pricing because I i don't know what the frig it is but I am looking for a camera at least as good as that but for a good price.

If you don't know what camera anthomy is holding at the beginning of the above video, could you suggest a good camera like it?

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And you know that audio is usually done with something else.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 29, 2012 5:38 AM PST

I own a pair of audio recorders that I can dub in post production. You will never be ceased to be amazed (great English Bob!) that folk will think the audio is captured by the camera or such. Those that want great audio, usually get something to catch that.

PS. There's always the other way to figure this out. Ask the video's maker.

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ok but dude...
by Jcopacetic / November 29, 2012 6:02 AM PST

I've watched countless episodes of smosh where they accidentally cover up the mic with there finger and then add an apology durring editting. so I know that at least there video's are done using just the camera.

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Then you know how to figure it out.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 30, 2012 1:32 AM PST
In reply to: ok but dude...

You have the Sony bloggie model figured out. And you know that if you want great sound you know the answer. And you can always post questions at their videos.

I'm not them so I would be guessing what else they use.

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