Is 720P good enough for a 32" TV or is 1080P the way to go?

Answer The image on your TV is just a collection of individual pixels. On a 720p TV, the number of pixels used is 1280x720 (multiply it out). On a 1080p TV, the number of pixels used is 1920x1080 (multipl... Read More »

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What is the difference between 1080p, 720p/60fps, 720p, WVGA Which is best for a close-up video?

1080p & 720p are the two tiers of High Definition, video that has 3 to 6 times the resolution of a traditional old TV, (but all TVs are HD now, anyway.720p/60fps records twice the about of frames p... Read More »

Is a difference in 720p/1080p TV pictures even though networks are in 720p?

I'm afraid that weeder is right. The coax & satelite networks do not have the bandwidth to transmit content at 1080p. You, the paying consumer, would have to pay more than two times what you are pa... Read More »

What is a good camera to video record in hd 1080p or 720p with a very big lens so you can capture every thing?

Hi Eli: I hate to be negative in my Answer, but you are asking a LOT for a cheap (under $150 USD) camera! Most ridiculous is the request for a 1000+ fps frame rate! TV shows like "Mythbusters" and ... Read More »

Should I pay $100 more just to get 1080p instead of 720p?

My vote on best answer goes to aims448. He identified exactly why a 720p is the one to go for. It is a tough job to see the difference between 720p and 1080p on a 50", never mind a 32" screen. Save... Read More »