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I'm only interested in video cameras because there was a recent sale, with a video camera going for $59 (AUD). I couldn't believe the price. I guessed the camera must be a no-brand type of junk. I've heard, however, that a lot of the unknown brands are actually all made from the same factory. So I was hoping I could get one under $100. Harvey Norman's cheapest is $140. Being a good customer, I might be able to get a discount. But it's probably lacking features.
Can you or anyone help with selection of a video camera, based on prices and features? Thanks.
I hope others will have some information for you. Others will also benefit from the advice.
Videos are a useful tool for being able to watch your strokes and game. It is often difficult to judge what you are doing without watching it back.
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