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Forum: Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams Jul 22, 2009, 4:39 PM
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Posted By rgvcam
It seems that even when Sony develops something...

It seems that even when Sony develops something jointly with another company they STILL have to have their own way of doing things even then don't they? :icon_lol:
Forum: Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams Jul 11, 2009, 2:45 PM
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Posted By rgvcam
Yes these Panasonic Cameras are very nice. I was...

Yes these Panasonic Cameras are very nice. I was looking at them myself though I wonder why the sensor they use can only output 30fps (even though they encode at 60fps)?
Forum: Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams May 18, 2009, 10:02 AM
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Posted By rgvcam
Does all AVCHD record in a 60i container...

Does all AVCHD record in a 60i container regardless of whether it's 30p or 24p etc? Or this is unique to Canon? That was one of the annoying things I found about the HF100 in that it recorded...
Forum: Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams Feb 7, 2009, 4:56 PM
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Posted By rgvcam
TheSkillionaire wrote: It is to do with...

TheSkillionaire wrote:
It is to do with taxation class in Europe. Any device capable of recording more than 30 minutes is considered to be a camcorder and subject to a higher tax. The reason it...
Forum: Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams Feb 7, 2009, 8:50 AM
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Posted By rgvcam
"Max. recording time depends on Memory Card...

"Max. recording time depends on Memory Card Capacity.
A max. of approx. 2 GB of continuous motion picture can be recorded in Motion JPEG. In AVCHD Lite, recording may be continued until the card is...
Forum: Hybrid Still/Movie/MP3 Digicams Feb 6, 2009, 10:06 PM
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Posted By rgvcam
It seems that finally the Panasonic Lumix are...

It seems that finally the Panasonic Lumix are moving to a h264 based format (as are Canon with their digital cameras although they seem to be using a regular h264 format and standard definition...
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