Outdoor lighting is usually bright enough and the temperature range is not too excessive but follow the maker's notes about environment. A feature you may want to look for is a slo-mo or double frame rate so you can get over 30 fps. I won't correct you on the exact FPS of NTSC recording since you can look that up.
You may have asked "How do I make such a DVD?" but such is not clear so I'll pass on that one.
I need advice on a camcorder that we can use to capture golf swings on our laptop and then integrate these images with teaching program. These images with then be placed on CD/DVD for the student.
It is my understanding that to capture the golf shaft in motion at least 30 frames per second are required.
The camera will be used out doors in various lighting conditions with temperatures ranging from about 40-100 F.
Thank you kindly,