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Old Sep 4, 2007, 11:30 AM   #41
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The video download they are using is crazy, errors out, and when loading varies from over 5K an second down to 100bytes a second, mostly 3-2K an second, or less.
Again, I'm sorry, but I'm not sure what you are referring to by"video download they are using"? If you arereferring tothe HD1000 video sample download link I provided, I'm the one who uploaded that copy to a free file hosting site; since digiblo was downat the time(as I explained inmy post).
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Old Sep 4, 2007, 1:37 PM   #42
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Anyone know the lens size and if it's threaded or do attachments use a rubber gasket like the HD2? How likely would lens filters stay in place if it isn't threaded?
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Anyone know the lens size and if it's threaded or do attachments use a rubber gasket like the HD2? How likely would lens filters stay in place if it isn't threaded?
I don't know, but if you look at the big close-up of the HD1000 it looks like that lens might unscrew... but I'm just guessing, i really don't know...hey is that a fingerprint on the lens?! :lol:
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Old Sep 4, 2007, 7:38 PM   #44
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According to Sanyo North America's web site (see bottom of page) the followingmusic video was shotentirely using the HD1000: "Better Off Without You" by The Clarks (.Mac Gallery web site; requires Quicktime 7.2); also a lower quality version is on Youtube (read description).

If you would like to download a copy of this video to your computer, right-click, Save as... the following link: SANYO Xacti HD1000 - Large.m4v (125MB). Note that this is a post-processed edited video, it did not come directly from the HD1000.
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Old Sep 4, 2007, 10:58 PM   #45
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OK, I get it, yes that was the one I meant. I got the original through alright last night. Thanks for that. Going to see an local camera dealer to day that gets them imported. I wish they produced 25/50fps versions, it would make it an easier decisions against the Samsung of the same price.

If I haven't mentioned before (my memory is lacking, as you maybe able to tell ). I am considering buying the Sanyo and the new Casio camera to come out in future. I both would cover most of my jobs.

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Old Sep 5, 2007, 6:47 AM   #46
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Hello ;-)
Your talking about graphic card is very interesting ;-)

What is this <<new Casio camera to come out in future>> ?
not the CASIO EX-V7 isn'it ? (codec H.264)

...because I tryied it in a shop and the photos was very disappointing !


I agree...
CASIO need a bit "exercices" to reach the quality of SANYO XACTIS !!!

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Old Sep 5, 2007, 9:34 AM   #48
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WOUAAAAAAAAAAAAOUW !!!

IMPRESSIV SLOW MOTION VIDEOS PRESENTATION at your link
http://world.casio.com/ngdc/en/features3.html !!!

I't's seem's effectivly very interesting for FANTASTIC SLOW MOTION !!!



Is this future CASIO (300 frames/second !!!) with CODEC H.264 ?

The only model I know who film with 60 frames/second with H.264
is the XACTI HD1A !

VIDEO SAMPLE 60i/s here :
http://www.anjoyplanet.com/video/sample.html#H

or direct link :
http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=U5yGihzpNV8

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Uh... no, neitherthat Casio (= MJPEG) or the HD1A (= MPEG-4 part 2) record using AVC/H.264. Besidesthis is getting OT for this thread again.
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Old Sep 5, 2007, 12:05 PM   #50
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Trying to figure out if this new HD1000 will be worth the $$ over the HD2 that is currently avaliable?

Or maybe I should just pick up a cheap Go-HD to sufice my HD needs. Already have a CG65 Sanyo that I love, just not sure on how much better this HD1000 will be compared to the HD2 and trying not to break the bank. I would love to get the HD1000. Anyone know if it will be cheaper hopefully than the advertised $799 price? Is that price the street or retail price as well?

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