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Offline mystery7

Hey guys. I've always liked POV filming whilst having sex, it dates back to filming girlfriends when in my late teens (god wish i'd kept those) and now I do it whenever possible at punts. I just use a small cheap camera but always comes out grainy and a bit shit under artificial light. Does anyone know a good compact camera that shoots well under these conditions? I want it as high definition as possible. Does anyone else like doing this?
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Offline Miss A Squires

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Wouldn't an iPhone do alright? They film in HD   :unknown:

Offline rpg

Compact digitals are never great in low light but I've found the Fuji's to be best in this respect.

Sony handycam has the best video quality in low light, some will argue Panasonic has a better quality in low light.

Offline AnthG

Wouldn't an iPhone do alright? They film in HD   :unknown:
Yeah but why pay £500/£600 for something just to do something else which you can pay ~£100 to do that one thing alone either as good as or possibly slightly better.

I know this is extreme but its like saying can someone recommend a good cigarette lighter. Why not buy a car they have cigarette lighters.

Offline Lz-129

As rpg says compact digitals ain't great, indeed I've just "upgraded" my panasonic super zoom compact and in low light it's not as good as my previous panny, they've changed the sensor or something

Later iPhones are great and you can stream straight to your Apple TV if you have one but agin not so great in poor light, the more light the better

Offline AnthG

I have always wanted to try out filming. Could someone possibly link to a retail page for one of the recommended models to buy for low light just to make sure I look at the right thing.

Offline Lz-129

Think miss squires means a lot of folk just so happen to have an iPhone in their pocket most of the time, bizarrely I have 3 

Yeah but why pay £500/£600 for something just to do something else which you can pay ~£100 to do that one thing alone either as good as or possibly slightly better.

I know this is extreme but its like saying can someone recommend a good cigarette lighter. Why not buy a car they have cigarette lighters.

I think what Miss Squires meant is that most people have smartphones now & most of these can record video at a pretty high standard, so why go out & spend another £100 for a camera?

Offline rpg

I film my meets a lot although will never pay the extra you're asked a lot. £100 extra for filming is a joke.
I use an old Fuji F30 http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/fujifilmf30 here's an old review from 2006. I'm not sure you can get them anymore. I also use a Samsung HMX-F80 http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/camera-camcorder/camcorders/hd-camcorders/HMX-F80BP/XEU
Both of these do a really good job and shows you needn't spend a fortune for decent results.

Offline mystery7

Thanks guys. I'll check it out, the only probs I find with filming is that your not really in the moment as much. Punted the other day without filming and was much better as was just concentrating on that. I find it better to start and do half without, then start filming stuff halfway through. That way you get the best of both.
 When i'm rich and famous i'll get Spielberg to film it for me ha ha. I'll check out those reviews. Thanks again.
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Offline Miss A Squires

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I think what Miss Squires meant is that most people have smartphones now & most of these can record video at a pretty high standard, so why go out & spend another £100 for a camera?

Spot on!

Offline mh

I think what Miss Squires meant is that most people have smartphones now & most of these can record video at a pretty high standard, so why go out & spend another £100 for a camera?
Spot on!

The low and even medium light performance of both smartphone cameras and normal compact cameras is poor, it's down to the sensor size really and in these devices it's tiny. You need a full frame DSLR or a cheap video camera with a built in light. But when you whip these out at a punt you'd look a bit of a weirdo!

Offline skittish

Larger sensors in digital compacts do indeed perform slightly better in low light but other areas become compromised depth of field for instance which is already pretty poor, there's a combination of things to consider when choosing a digital compact. The lens is usually small and slow and the camera compensates for this by adjusting the ISO speed in low light conditions, the higher the ISO speed the more noise (grainier image). If you can find a digital compact with a fast lens it will help more than a larger sensor but it won't be as discreet.

There are a few compacts coming on to the market that have backlit sensors and they claim to perform better in low light conditions and allow the user to shoot in low light at reduced ISO speeds. It might be worth researching these you'll probably find they are more expensive but if you want the convenience of a compact that produces better quality images it's a compromise you'll need to make.

Compact digital's have improved greatly they are good at everything and excellent at nothing.


Offline skittish

Hey guys. I've always liked POV filming whilst having sex, it dates back to filming girlfriends when in my late teens (god wish i'd kept those) and now I do it whenever possible at punts. I just use a small cheap camera but always comes out grainy and a bit shit under artificial light. Does anyone know a good compact camera that shoots well under these conditions? I want it as high definition as possible. Does anyone else like doing this?

If you mean it produces a yellow/orange image you'll probably find your camera has some pre-determined temperature settings. In your camera's settings you'll most likely find a white balance function if you are shooting indoors with normal house lights try setting it to incandescent in the white balance settings. This will cool the image and make it look more natural, again however the improvement will be somewhat limited in the cheaper cameras.
« Last Edit: March 25, 2013, 11:14:24 AM by skittish »

Offline daveev

i just do a movie using my web cam on pc, i know not top movie quality but dose the job

The low and even medium light performance of both smartphone cameras and normal compact cameras is poor, it's down to the sensor size really and in these devices it's tiny. You need a full frame DSLR or a cheap video camera with a built in light. But when you whip these out at a punt you'd look a bit of a weirdo!

You guys obviously know a thing or two about cameras.  I'll be honest I don't have a clue about these things so please don't go mental at my next suggestion...

Can you just turn the light on in the room!  We're talking about an amateur video clip here, not a full on anal, bukkake gangbang epic  :cool: 

Offline rpg

You guys obviously know a thing or two about cameras.  I'll be honest I don't have a clue about these things so please don't go mental at my next suggestion...

Can you just turn the light on in the room!  We're talking about an amateur video clip here, not a full on anal, bukkake gangbang epic  :cool:

I agree. Any filming done in flats or hotel rooms I've done is so I can watch it later on my laptop and have a quick chug if I want. There obviously a vast difference between the cheapos and the really good cameras but honestly the Samsung video recorder I linked earlier does a perfectly adequate job for a tad over a hundred quid.

Offline rpg

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If you mean it produces a yellow/orange image you'll probably find your camera has some pre-determined temperature settings. In your camera's settings you'll most likely find a white balance function if you are shooting indoors with normal house lights try setting it to incandescent in the white balance settings. This will cool the image and make it look more natural, again however the improvement will be somewhat limited in the cheaper cameras.

That's a good tip, thanks.

Offline skittish

Another suggestion is too slightly overexpose, this can be tricky as you run the risk of losing some of the information or blowing out the highlights. Most compacts will have an ev function which allows you to stop up or down, usually in 1/2 f-stop increments. ev+0.5 will over expose by 1/2 f-stop and ev-0.5 will underexpose by 1/2 f-stop so on and so forth. This isn't ideal but combined with other adjustments might help improve your image quality in low light situations.

Spend a little bit of time experimenting at home and you should get better results than you would by just leaving your camera on auto.


Spend a little bit of time experimenting at home
and you should get better results.

Totally off-topic, I know; but I can't resist adding that that's what I do when I can't afford a punt! ;)

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Offline mystery7

Thanks for all the info guys, Checking all the options at the mo. Cheers Skittish......You've fried my mind with info :)
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