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Old Oct 3, 2009, 5:50 AM   #1
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Default latest released Models of Aiptek.

We are hearing New named camcorders coming out from Aiptek, and from the latest IFA2009, sept 5-9th show, IFA2009 hong Kong oct 13th and on Aiptek World wide sites, we find them showing up, under different names given.

Aiptek.de, aiptek.tw.com, Aiptekusa.com ,

Here are the Models.

1. AHD T8 Pro Full 1080P (1920x1080) 60 f (858x480) Hdmi cbl. etc


2 AHD H250 HD1080P (1280x720) 5x opt, 16 meg Interpolated



3. AHD H5 Extreme Ful HD1080P (1920x1080) 5x opt 12 m 60f (858x480),


4. Pocket DV c600 pro CCD sensor 12 m Vga (640x480) dual batt.




5. Pen cam HD treo HD720P (1280x720) 5 mb 3-n-1 vid, still, webcam



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Thanks again Fishy. I notice that the H250 HD1080p is 720p?

Where you say 60f, that is fields per-second (interlace) not progressive frames.

Having a look at the amberalla information last night, I notice they can do 60 progressive frames, but most likely on the higher end chips. I do expect 60p here maybe next year (maybe announced this year). Apart from the power requirements and cost, I think the other factor is that many cheap sensors do not support fullhd 60p readouts, and 24mb/s data rate is not so consumer friendly, yet.
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When I say, it's from the sites aiptek.de only info given on models that are not offered here in theUSA yet.
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Thanks again Fishy. I notice that the H250 HD1080p is 720p?

Where you say 60f, that is fields per-second (interlace) not progressive frames.

Having a look at the amberalla information last night, I notice they can do 60 progressive frames, but most likely on the higher end chips. I do expect 60p here maybe next year (maybe announced this year). Apart from the power requirements and cost, I think the other factor is that many cheap sensors do not support fullhd 60p readouts, and 24mb/s data rate is not so consumer friendly, yet.
Actually lower case fps is generally frames per second. Fields has to be written in full to avoid confusion. Sometimes they will use upper case FPS as well. I personally think it's better to write it as 60p and 60i anyway.

I assume you must be on about 1080p since the Aiptek GVS and DXG 595, both with Ambarella, can already do 60fps @ 720p
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Hm, looks like my previous reply did not make it (problem in this end with postings, sometimes they stall, or the cookie times out, hard to keep track when replying to several messages sequentially).

Have not previously heard of fps, FPS thing, which is not as useful as i and p as your mentioned.

Yes, 1080p60, preferably p50, less wastage, odd frame rate, and more compression performance (more a concern when using lower bit-rates like older cameras). We really would need 36mb/s+ in 1080p60 to match consumer distribution formats, but 24mb/s is good.
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The AHD H250 looks not bad for me. The German Specs are:

5.0 Megapixel CMOS (1/2.5") • Aufnahmemedien: SD/SDHC • Videoauflösung: AVC/H.264 ([email protected]) • Fotoauflösung: JPEG (max.2592x1944 Pixel, 4608x3456 interpoliert) • 5x optischer Zoom • 4x digitaler Zoom • 3.0" Farb-LCD-TFT • integrierter Blitz • 32MB interner Speicher • SD-Card Slot (SDHC-kompatibel) • Anschlüsse: USB 2.0, HDMI (Out), Audio/Video (Out) • Li-Ionen-Akku (NP-60) • Abmessungen (BxHxT): 107x62x60mm • Gewicht: 240g

May i buy one, give him a try.

But as always: The two things i miss on Aiptek comparing my new Panasonic is the saturation and the OIS. Both are working very nice on the Panasonic. But, a test will clearify that
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