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Drake & Josh - Black and White to Color?
In the episode where Drake and Josh are making a music video for a class project when their filming its in black and white but when its on the tv in their class its in color.
Im 10 i dont know about video cameras even though I have one so dont write bad comments to me if im wrong.
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IceMetalPunk writes:
I haven't seen the episode, but many times TV shows use black-and-white simply to show that we are looking through a camera, even though the camera itself is recording in color.
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Gamechaser001 writes:
That is a great find, as most cameras nowadays (around the time that episode came out) do have color viewfinders and flip open screens, it is a nice find BUT, there are camcorders that have a B&W viewfinder, but record and display in color, I had a Sony Hi8 camcorder that records in color, and I can play back the tape in color on the TV, but being that viewfinder screens are small, there was a time when all thumbnail/viewfinder sized screens were only B&W (as the technology wasn't advanced enough to make small color screens), they could be basing those video clips on an older camera that does have a B&W viewfinder
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Oopsie writes:
I'm not trying to be mean, Im just explaining. On most vidio cameras, when you look through the eyepiece or built in screen, it is black and white. Then after you hook it up to the T.V. it's color. only really expensive or new cameras actualy film in color.
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