I have a high-end digital video camera able to output a higher number of megapixels than my digital photo camera. This is true only when using the camera to take stills. Is there anything that's going to come back and bite me from using the still image feature on my video camera? Could there be benefits?
Edit, Further info:
- My camera can use an uncompressed, progressive scan format.
- Camear gets very close to 18 megapixels, has shutter and iris control with some other still options as well.
- I also do video editing and there are occasions where a higher-quality image of a frame would be useful to replace a freeze-frame.