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Old Jul 27, 2007, 9:22 AM   #1
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For a time I thought the Sanyo Xacti C40 could do this, but after further reading, it is only an interpolated 60 fps on playback to a TV. I'm looking for something that can actually record 60 frames per second to a memory card. So far, the Sanyo HD1 is the only one I can find that does it.

I don't care if the camera is HD or not.. 640x480 is fine. In fact, I'd be happy to get a decent 640x480 at 60 fps.
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Old Jul 27, 2007, 12:25 PM   #2
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think caanon has one but is limited to res with the 60fps a sd time limit


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Old Jul 27, 2007, 2:09 PM   #3
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There are a few Canons that do 60fps but as fishycomics implied, it's limited to 320x240.
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Old Jul 27, 2007, 3:53 PM   #4
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There are a few Canons that do 60fps but as fishycomics implied, it's limited to 320x240.
Actually, 320x240 wouldn't be too bad as long as it were really good 320x240 without too much compression. Take the Aiptek IS-DV2 for example, the 320x240 mode has a lot of compression artifacts.

Anyway, I looked up the Canon powershot TX-1 and found that it does [email protected]. However, it costs too much money.. I think for that price, I'd rather have the Sanyo HD-1a. I'll have to keep looking to see if I can find anything else.
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Actually it seems most of the Canon Powershot series have this ability now, even the ones under $200. The problem may be that the length may not be adequate for your purpose since they are limited to 1 minute.
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Actually it seems most of the Canon Powershot series have this ability now, even the ones under $200. The problem may be that the length may not be adequate for your purpose since they are limited to 1 minute.
I saw something about that. Question is, is the 1 minute limitation just for that mode, or for movie clips all together?
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