Closed Difference between vga & mov video format Tags: Point & Shoot Video Vga Format Digital Cameras Last response: January 28, 2012 7:11 PM in Digital Camera Share Sunita Pawar December 16, 2011 3:24:31 AM Hello, I want to know which camera do I buy Nikkon VGA Video format or Canon Mov video format ...As I make a lot of videos so wanna know ? Please Help ?? More about : difference vga mov video format | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Best solution Ubrales Digital camera Authority December 18, 2011 1:17:48 AM Sunita, welcome to Tom's Hardware Forums! These are different names by Nikon and Canon. I do photography at the professional level (not videos) and my equipment is Nikon because of the high quality. Before you decide on which one to buy, take a look at B&H Photo's website - http://www.bhphotovideo.com/ | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Digital Camera>Difference between vga & mov video format> Related ressources: ForumDifference between Dvi- Vga adapter vs Dvi- vga cable ForumThe Difference Between HDMI, DVI, and VGA ForumHey, is there any difference between VGA and DVI/HDMI ForumNoticeable difference between VGA and HDMI? ForumHow much difference between 2 types of VGA exhaust fan? ForumWhat's the difference between vga and dvi? ForumPlease explain the difference between DVI and VGA ForumDifference between VGA , DVI and HDMI???????? ForumHow noticable is the difference between DVI and VGA ? ForumDifference between DVI & VGA cable monitor ForumDifference between vga monitor and tft Forumwhats the difference between normal and workstation VGA ? ForumDifference between standard VGA and DVI inputs? ForumWww kodak com/go/cameras ForumHow to transfer video from camcorder to pc using firewire ForumCan i format without erasing ForumFormat memory stick sony cybershot dsc p71 ForumWhat\'s the difference between an OS camera lens and an IS lens? Forum[Solved] Windows Vista & Canon 20D will not connect ForumCanon slr with video More resources Read discussions in other Digital Camera categories Camcorders Digital Photography DSLRs Point & Shoot SLR ZLR Kodak Nikon Sony !