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Old Mar 6, 2009, 12:35 PM   #1
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I would like to know if the Sanyo HD 1000 is 1920 X 1080 progressive or Interlaced?

Also the same thing for the Sanyo HD 1010 and the Sanyo HD 2000?


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Old Mar 6, 2009, 1:34 PM   #2
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All the information you need is right here:

http://www.sanyo.com/xacti/english/index.html



HD1000
<HD>
[Full-HD] 1920 x 1080 (60 FPS*6, 12 Mbps)
[HD-HR] 1280 x 720 (60 fps*6, 12 Mbps)
[HD-SHQ] 1280 x 720 (30 fps, 9 Mbps)
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[TV-HR] 640 x 480 (60 fps, 6 Mbps)
[TV-SHQ] 640 x 480 (30 fps, 3 Mbps)
[Web-SHQ] 320 x 240 (30 fps)

HD1010
[Full-HD]: 1920 x 1080 (60 FPS*6 14 Mbps), [Full-SHQ]: 1920 x 1080 (30 fps/12 Mbps),
[HD-HR]: 1280 x 720 (60 fps*6/12 Mbps), [HD-SHQ]: 1280 x 720 (30 fps/9 Mbps), [TV-HR]: 640 x 480 (60 fps/6 Mbps),
[TV-SHQ]: 640 x 480 (30 fps/3 Mbps), [Web-SHR]: 448 x 336 (300 fps), [Web-SHQ]: 320 x 240 (30 fps)

HD2000
Full-HR: 1920 x 1080 (60 fps/ 24Mbps) Full HD: 1920 x 1080 (60fields/sec 16Mbps)
Full-SHQ: 1920 x 1080 (30 fps/ 12Mbps) HD-SHQ: 1280 x 720 (30 fps/9Mbps)
TV-SHQ: 640 x 480 (30 fps/3Mbps)
Web-SHR: 448 x 336 (240 fps/8Mbps) Web-UHR: 192 x 108 (600fps/8Mbps)

As you can see, the original HD1000 was interlaced only whereas the HD1010 and HD2000 both also offer progressive at that resolution.
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The sanyo HD1000 is Interlaced at 60fps

The Sanyo HD1010 is progressive at 30fps

The Sanyo HD2000 isprogressive at 60fps
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The sanyo HD1000 is Interlaced at 60fps
You mean FPS as in Fields Per Second, fps means Frames Per Second.
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rgvcam wrote:
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The sanyo HD1000 is Interlaced at 60fps
You mean FPS as in Fields Per Second, fps means Frames Per Second.
frames-per-second http://www.sanyodigital.com/product.aspx?v=17

Sanyo Website:

Full 1080i HD Sensor. Incorporating the latest high-definition CMOS sensor, the SANYO Xacti HD1000 camcorder captures full 1920x1080 (1080i) high-definition video at 60 frames-per-second. Designed to record the rich and vibrant colors of real life, the HD1000 also captures the subtle tones to provide the natural-looking result. The HD1000's CMOS sensor provides the responsiveness needed to capture fast moving subjects and SANYO'snoise reduction technology helps obtain the cleanest signal from each pixel. The HD1000 records to the latest in MPEG-4 standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, delivering exceptional video clarity and detail while maintaining the smallest file size possible.

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By the way, you do know that writing in large font doesn't automatically make you smarter? Fields are not the same as Frames. In that same sentence you will notice it also says 1920x1080(1080i) which means Interlaced. Interlaced modes use fields not frames as a field is effectively half a frame. It obviously can't be 60 frames-per-second(fps) as the HD2000 is the first camera to be able to offer this.

This is also confirmed in the specs on both websites.
ie the one you pointed to:
http://www.sanyodigital.com/specifications.aspx?v=17
it says:
Full-HD 1920 x 1080 (60 fields/s 12Mbps)

as well as on the one I got the above info from:
http://www.sanyo.com/xacti/english/p...pec/index.html
where it says
[Full-HD] 1920 x 1080 (60 FPS*6, 12 Mbps)

with a footnote that then says:
*6: FPS means fields per second. fps means frames per second.

This is also confirmed in their user manual which you can download from here:
http://sanyoservice.com/pdf/images/VPCHD1000.pdf

Reviews also describe it as a 1080i camera and not 1080p but this is where we need someone who actually owns one of these to confirm this fully.
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rgvcam said "By the way, you do know that writing in large font doesn't automatically make you smarter?"

What are you talking about? I never said you were wrong or that the info you posted was wrong. I saw the question and posted an answer. While I was writing my answer,you answered the question. sorry I 'll stay away from where you post from now on.And by the way the Quote is from Sanyo website, so argue with them not me. Also you just proved that I am smarter than you. Maybe not on digital cameras, but in general I am. Why? Because i don't make false accusations against others.

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NuttySquirrel wrote:
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"By the way, you do know that writing in large font doesn't automatically make you smarter?"

What are you talking about? I never said you were wrong or that the info you posted was wrong. I saw the question and posted an answer. While I was writing my answer,you answered the question. sorry I 'll stay away from where you post from now on.And by the way the Quote is from Sanyo website, so argue with them not me.
I apologize then. It was not my intention to offend but often when people write in enormous letters, I have found the intention to be similar to shouting as if I didn't know what I was talking about.

Again I do apologize and I did forget to say in my original post that this was obviously a mistake on their part as it obviously contradicted their specifications everywhere else.
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Thank you andIapologize myself for my last few statements



Thank you again
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