That to me is the successor of the XHA1 (not the XF300/305)!
Antwort von rush:
If you can use the small wheel in front as the camera aperture wheel is interesting - on the other price but get there in very high regions where the "presumed" Prices ...
Otherwise, they are not more / less features than other cameras in the class, Henkel - except the 4:2:2 sampling .. for only a single CMOS ... well ... tear me from the stool the part does not in any event:) vllt for half the price ... .
Antwort von Bernd E.:
If you look at where Canon is: "... only a single CMOS sensor ... 1/3-Inch- Lens offers only a ring ... ... the viewfinder with 260,000 dots not very timely ... "then you should get an even more rapid XH-A1s. Or hope that the street price of XF100/105 goes to nosedive. Some of the typical consumer cameras restrictions can make friends of some determined yet, but one 1/3-Inch-Einchipper for 5000 ¬? Good luck, Canon!
Antwort von gast3:
nice and slow so I doubt that the upcoming Canon XL-series really endows with a larger sensor is rumored as if at least a 1 / 2 "chip as Sony's exes would be ....
Antwort von xandix:
Man (n), the camera with the right competitors compare.
Not with an EX1 but with a JVC GY-HM100 or Panasonic AG-HMC40
Here the slashCAM database: http://www.camcorder-test.com/camcorder-30bbc2603cdcb0beefe610c5bb82f5a7.html
When I look at the benchmarks, then the camera cuts from well .....
Antwort von JetSetStar:
so for a small chip and want the 4000! have probably the spin
Antwort von 407621:
At last a well-equipped camcorder format in the XM2. But only 1CMOS Sensor - well not just intoxicating! Remain to be seen how high the price will be. For TV documentaries be interesting - otherwise I think times, each of the ordinary keying recordings required recourse to greater things.
Whether it will really have an XL with Exchangeable optics and a large sensor is highly questionable. First of beautiful use the DSLR-hype and then hopefully come with a Kracher (XL1 with Exchangeable optics, RAW mode (red-like) and of course a large DSLR sensor) back.
Antwort von prime:
The extremely fast data readout counteracts the rolling shutter effect that can occur with conventional CMOS camcorders.
Since I am sometimes wonder if the marketing is not only back, or whether this is the beginning of GlobalShutter for all:)