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Old Jun 17, 2008, 1:57 PM   #11
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Does the topic say image quality? Why do you keep talking about subjects which has nothing to do what we're talking about? I give up. If you want to keep tooting your own horn about all the cameras you have, make another topic.:?

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I own CCD cameras (the Sanyo HD700 and C6, the Kodak V1073 and V1253) and CMOS (HD1000, HF-100 and HV20)

I know which make the better-looking DVDs...


(Hint - its not the HD700:-))
Yes it seems we touched a raw nerve somewhere. I too was mystified as to the reaction.
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Old Jun 19, 2008, 7:21 AM   #12
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Canon produces great image quality there is no doubt of that. But all this is about rolling shutter effect.

HD700 makes les flare effect when filming in sunlight and sunlight isn't even very direct, there should be somekind of sun cover with HD700, like TX-1 has.

http://www.vimeo.com/712659




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Old Jun 19, 2008, 1:51 PM   #13
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I have the TX1 and it still produces the same purple lines too. Very easily may I add. They call it 'smear' here http://dvxuser.com/jason/CMOS-CCD/.
Purple fringing happens as well. It may have to do with having high megapixels in such a small sensor. But ya there are definite tradeoffs w/ each.

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Canon produces great image quality there is no doubt of that. But all this is about rolling shutter effect.

HD700 makes les flare effect when filming in sunlight and sunlight isn't even very direct, there should be somekind of sun cover with HD700, like TX-1 has.

http://www.vimeo.com/712659



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Old Jun 21, 2008, 6:48 PM   #14
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Ok, so this is entirely sensor problem, I tought that sun cover would help, but I guess it doesn't.

Here is another rolling shutter comparison test video I found which proves that expensive isn't always best, it really depends how do you use your camcorder

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW8xhVWKzvg

Sanyo HD1000 seem to be rock solid inside car even it is CMOS sensor camcorder.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTREXw7VdCI

It could be Canon's optical stabilizer which causes these horrible stutterings in CMOS or this guy with Sanyo is using some additional stabilization like sticky pod, what do you think?
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