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    Default Pinhole 1080*720 - Closeup blur

    I use above and frankly bit disappointed. The close up to subject is pretty blurred. See sample. Is this normal or what kind of video resolution can make that picture better from raw video? Any ideas - so I can upload some nice video for all of u?

    Brunette-white jacket - hairy good -HD1.avi

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    Share everything like that. gogogo

    I love blurred close ups ;)

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    Yes I will, but only after when someone wants to spend a few min sharing ideas to the resolution problem. It appears that no-one wants that so far....

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    Quote Originally Posted by platano View Post
    Yes I will, but only after when someone wants to spend a few min sharing ideas to the resolution problem. It appears that no-one wants that so far....
    buy another cam maybe this one is defective!

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    Send link for the camera you purchased and I can try and help. You didn't give much information so how can we assist you. Resolution is not even close to the only thing that can affect video quality. One main thing would be frames per second, if you purchased a cheap camera I'm guessing it has very low frames per second which will give you horrible quality like shown in your video.

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    I can't view the video so it is hard to know exactly what the problem is. But I can guess that the issue is focus distance rather than resolution. Most fixed focus cameras (those where you cannot adjust the focus) have an optimal focus distance where things at that distance are in focus and things not at that distance are blurry. You need to chose a camera and lens system that focuses at the distance you intend to shoot at.

    For example, your typical web cam is set to focus at a couple of feet because the subject is usually sitting at a desk with the camera close by. However, your typical borescope, is set to focus at a couple of centimeters because that is what most people use it for.

    So take your camera and set it up in your room and check which distances it seems to like best.

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