since the birth of our daughter, I'm on the search for a suitable camcorder. As I come more from the direction of digital SLR photography, we ranged far the photos of our daughter. If necessary, I've been with my Nikon D90 (without autofocus) filmed.
Since our daughter but now makes the first major movement, we would certainly like to capture this on video.
This is where the problems going on now:
Browsing on the net have it ("for now") 3 in the camcorder closer Choice managed.
WHILE the first two devices have a 3CCD sensor, the SD66 has only one sensor.
My question would be, the image quality especially in low light situations 3CCD (we are sure a lot of film in room light) was significantly better than 1 CCD sensors?
My 2 big question is towards post ... To edit the HD video is a powerful calculator is required. Even after such a device I'm looking ;-) How are your experience, a current Intel i5 with max 2.8 GHZ (Dual Core) from the smooth video editing, or should it still be an i7 (Quad Core). At 6GB RAM would be sufficient. or?
Would be very happy if one or the other might have something to answer the above topics.
Antwort von Bernd E.:
"Foto diversity" wrote:
... The image quality especially in low light situations 3CCD ... significantly better than 1 CCD sensors? ...
The "significant" will probably interpret any different, but if the other parameters (usSensorgröße ie, number of pixels, construction) are equal, has a 3-Chipper definitely identifiable benefits in moderate lighting. Moreover, this principle is used only in more exclusive camcorders that have to offer synonymous else more than the 1-chip-level models.
Antwort von Fenek:
I look forward to the first tests under my terms with the Canon XF-100
The with the 3 to 1 chip systems Depending purpose and compact requirements well be decisive. Anyway, I'm curious at the same time with the big cams are not so relaxed to handle. Jdes kilo counts to me on the camera arm (Greets a C7 injured you)