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Forum: Kodak Jun 17, 2008, 4:43 PM
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Posted By leroyvanhee
Apparently noise is managed in still and video...

Apparently noise is managed in still and video images by selectively rejecting high frequency data. To reduce the noise, the signal is passed through a low-pass filter to separate the signal from the...
Forum: Kodak Jan 13, 2008, 1:03 PM
Replies: 25
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Posted By leroyvanhee
ac.smith wrote: Did you just revoke my right...

ac.smith wrote:
Did you just revoke my right to the pursuit of happiness? LOL

I came across an announcement (issued last spring) of some new low-noise, inexpensive, CMOS sensors from Micron...
Forum: Kodak Dec 30, 2007, 12:45 PM
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Posted By leroyvanhee
ac.smith wrote: As long as you're satisfied...

ac.smith wrote:

As long as you're satisfied with standard-definition and interlaced format, you'll have lots of choices. If you want to record in 720p or 1080p, you may want to read the first...
Forum: Kodak Dec 29, 2007, 9:11 AM
Replies: 25
Views: 8,182
Posted By leroyvanhee
The difference between the noise in my (and your)...

The difference between the noise in my (and your) still and the video frame examples can't be the lens or the size of the CCD because the same lens and CCD took both images.

Quality is...
Forum: Kodak Dec 28, 2007, 1:47 PM
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Posted By leroyvanhee
This article by Lester J. Kozlowski:...

This article by Lester J. Kozlowski: http://hdtv.videotechnology.com/HDTV-CMOSvsCCD.htmsuggests that CCD sensors have reached their limits for speed and signal-to-noise ratio. The successor...
Forum: Kodak Dec 27, 2007, 3:49 PM
Replies: 25
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Posted By leroyvanhee
Here's another test. I tried to make it as...

Here's another test. I tried to make it as favorable to video as possible. Used ambient light (no flash) anda tripod from about 5ft. with zoom at wide angle end.

First photo is a still set to the...
Forum: Kodak Dec 23, 2007, 9:44 AM
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Posted By leroyvanhee
OK...I was wrong. Taking a frame from Steve's...

OK...I was wrong. Taking a frame from Steve's Review was a good idea. The sample is quite good. I would be pleased if mine were as good. Now I need to find out why they aren't. See frame from Steve's...
Forum: Kodak Dec 22, 2007, 1:00 PM
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Posted By leroyvanhee
I don't thinkcomparing a frame from another Kodak...

I don't thinkcomparing a frame from another Kodak 'HD' video is avalid test. They probably use the same process to createboth outputs.

I do have a frame from another 'HD' camcorder. It's not a...
Forum: Kodak Dec 20, 2007, 9:20 AM
Replies: 25
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Posted By leroyvanhee
I tried to match the quality of the Z812 video...

I tried to match the quality of the Z812 video frame andmy result is posted here: http://myroots.pgvhosting.com/z812_still_220p_to_720p.jpg

To create this image I first reduced the size of the...
Forum: Kodak Dec 19, 2007, 8:41 PM
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Posted By leroyvanhee
The reason for the cropped image (2) is to show...

The reason for the cropped image (2) is to show the video frame and a still image at the same number of pixels per inch. It's an equalcomparison.

So you're saying that MPG4 is supposed to be...
Forum: Kodak Dec 19, 2007, 6:42 PM
Replies: 25
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Posted By leroyvanhee
The one feature thatinterested meon the Z812 was...

The one feature thatinterested meon the Z812 was it's capability to produce 720P videos. Most hi-def camcordersproduce only interlaced video and most hi-def monitors show only progressive video.As a...
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