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Old Jun 9, 2007, 7:58 AM   #101
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When anyone will post same clips in very low light?? ;-))

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Old Jun 12, 2007, 11:22 AM   #102
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Blindsight posted some, and so did I, in this thread(<-click). But remember, it's not a night vision camera, you still need enough light to shoot. If you shoot using the highest sensitivity of ISO 7200 lamp mode, you will be able to record what you can see with your eyes, but notmore, the video will be noisy and down to only 15fps. Here is an example I can give you of a normal (ISO 3600, 30fps) very low light recording of a band performing in a very dark club (zoomed in, recorded from the back of the room):

http://s26.quicksharing.com/v/8971363/SANY0519.MP4.html
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Old Jun 12, 2007, 3:22 PM   #103
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Old Jun 14, 2007, 7:40 AM   #104
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Guys I added a thread that you all might be interested in regarding low light footage...

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/fo...mp;forum_id=27
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Old Jun 15, 2007, 2:47 AM   #105
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It looks like there may be a new type of Cmos sensor from Kodak some time soon. If it performs like they show it could be a big deal for any of the Hybrid cameras.

The topic is in the Kodak thread.

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/fo...2871&forum


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Old Jun 26, 2007, 2:50 AM   #106
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FYI: Pretty sure when it comes to video and low light, ISO400 is the max. Anything beyond that is only for stills I think. This is pretty obvious when you thumb through the ISO settings, once past 400 nothing changes. Lamp mode can help you squeeze out even more light, but I think that's just affecting shutter speeds (down to 15 fps).
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FYI: Pretty sure when it comes to video and low light, ISO400 is the max. Anything beyond that is only for stills I think. This is pretty obvious when you thumb through the ISO settings, once past 400 nothing changes. Lamp mode can help you squeeze out even more light, but I think that's just affecting shutter speeds (down to 15 fps).
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Old Jun 26, 2007, 9:32 AM   #108
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ISO400 is the menu setting, but the cameracombines 9 pixels to make one in video, thus 400 x 9 = ISO 3600.Check the manual, page 66. In lamp mode, with a reduction of frame rate by half, it acheives up to ISO 7200 (3600 x 2), see manual, page 180.
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Old Aug 22, 2007, 5:08 AM   #109
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i need help for reproduction in media player, or domestic player.

I no have problem in my pc, I can play videos



I use mp4cam2avi 2.70 for converting audio



my divx player (model phillips) can read files, but is not able to play files.....



Dou you know domestic players who accept h.264 videos from sanyo vpc-cg65 ???



thanks






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fccv, I don't think you'll find many stand alone media or DVD players that can playback AVC/H.264 MP4 video files at this time (perhaps the Kiss media players can, but I suspect they may lack the horsepower to do so). You would need to do a full video conversionto convert theAVC video& AAC audio to Xvid/Divx video and MP3 audio for your Phillips media player to be able to play the files.

I do know that the XBOX 360 with the spring 2007 update will play all of the files producedby the CG65 directly very well, and it's a good JPEG photo viewer as well (and DVD player). So the XBOX360 is a good media player option. The PS3 might be able to playback the CG65 files, but I haven't actually seen confirmation of this yet.
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