Want To Take Videos But Don’t Have A 3GS?

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Well there's an app for that!

I just found this app on the Iphone. Just $0.99

 

The app, iVideoCamera, is very limited for now as it only takes 3 frames per second for no more than a minute. However the developers are working on improving it and we can only expect many more apps of this kind to hit the App Store soon.

Here is the official description :

The iVideoCamera lets your record a short video on any phone. Now you don't need a 3GS to record and share videos with your friends and family. Works with any 2G or 3G phone with 3.1 OS installed and includes:

Ability to save to your camera roll or "Photos" and share via:
- FaceBook
- YouTube
- Vimeo
- Twitter and more coming soon

Now you dont need to be jealous of your 3GS friends - you can now shoot and share video and dont need to spend all that money (in these economic times)

NOTE: Requires OS 3.1 so if you dont have it upgrade now.

** LIMITATIONS **
- The iPhone can only capture about 3 frames per second
- Videos are limited to about 1 minute in length
- Resolution is low: 160×213

** IF YOU HAVE A 3GS YOU DON'T NEED THIS APP **
You already have a video recorder!

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Cathy Michelena/ Keller Williams Realty Raleigh, NC

Thanks for that information.  I got my i-phone a few months ago and did not know that.  Awesome!

Dec 15, 2009 08:48 AM #1
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Jim Allhiser
Perfection Inspection, Inc. - Salem, OR
Salem, Oregon Home Inspector

Of course.   I got the 3GS and do not regret it but there are always apps for improvement.

Dec 19, 2009 03:40 PM #2
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Sam Miller
RE/MAX Stars Realty - Howard, OH
Knox County Ohio Real Estate Specialist

Only 3 frames a second is very limited when you consider that most low end video cameras and even digital cameras shoot at 24 to 30 frames a second.

Dec 20, 2009 05:27 PM #3
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Marcia Hawken
Downing-Frye Realty, Inc. - Naples, FL
Naples Luxury Specialist

Thanks for the info.  That was my cue to upgrade to the 3G. Thanks for sharing :-)

Feb 08, 2010 06:08 AM #4
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