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    Default Crap quality

    The 3 top videos right on the Home page at this moment are really bad quality and all happen to be subjects I love. What a pity these day and age with much improved gear.

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    And...by the way this is not a crit of Tom, it's the contirbutors or their sources

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    I agree, but I do not reject videos of poor quality, since videos from 20 years ago can still be great to watch, but the equipment wasn't that good. I rmember my first time trying to hide a cam corder that was the size of a toaster lol..
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    Old content still good in my honest opinion. Some newer ones lack luster or appeal tbh

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    Question Things get better with age (or over time, certainly!)

    Heck, in my catalog here at TV, you can see most of the progression of technology, from the "toaster" VHS-C to the HI8 to the Mini-DV, to the HD, and some of the most recent (and best!) have been with the use of the smart device... I've got hundreds alone from that!

    I've got several hundred vids over the last 20 years, and some of the early ones are still my favorites! Maybe I'll put together a "retrospective"? Maybe a few short clips from each "method" or piece of hardware I've used over the 20 years?

    That could be a fun way to spend some upcoming spare time? Not to mention a good review/renew of the collection!

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    Thanks EKoom, sounds a great idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by EKoom222 View Post
    Heck, in my catalog here at TV, you can see most of the progression of technology, from the "toaster" VHS-C to the HI8 to the Mini-DV, to the HD, and some of the most recent (and best!) have been with the use of the smart device... I've got hundreds alone from that!

    I've got several hundred vids over the last 20 years, and some of the early ones are still my favorites! Maybe I'll put together a "retrospective"? Maybe a few short clips from each "method" or piece of hardware I've used over the 20 years?

    That could be a fun way to spend some upcoming spare time? Not to mention a good review/renew of the collection!

    That sounds like a great Idea! Especially of some of the models are actually spanning technology.. such as her in the 90s with the VHS-C and 4 years ago with a smart phone...

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