Analog cameras are limited to a narrower field of view
The new compact system cameras are a great alternative to DSLRs. Models with 1080p or even 720p make a great second camera for someone wanting a camera that can be more portable or a backup to their point and shoot. A good model can cost a bit less than an entry DSLR, while still delivering the same picture quality.
For those looking to shoot at higher resolutions, we'd recommend to start with a 1080p camera, and then consider a higher resolution model as your budget allows. Some of the latest cameras can shoot at 4K resolution, though this resolution is still not widely available. For more information about resolution, we recommend checking out our GX9 review , which has a lot of info on resolution.
For the past few years camera makers have been producing 1080p or HD videos, but the maximum horizontal resolution of NTSC DTV video is... 640 lines. This resolution is the same as our 1920x1080 HDTVI cameras.
If it is saved as a 4:3, it may just be a virus or it may be a scam. But if you want to find a camera that can provide a good quality of image capture, then you would probably need to look for a camera that is capable of delivering the video data (at most) with a resolution of 1280 TVL (horizontal). Whether the camera is capable of delivering a good quality of image with that resolution is up to you to find out.
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