Hello, bezügl I stand before a purchase decision. a camcorder, which means I can not decide if I should get a favorable 0.8-Pixler, or should lie right for my project money. I would therefore like to mainly weather and nighttime thunderstorm recordings of making lightning, this thing should get along so well especially with sudden extreme Lichtwechseln. Attach as an optical image stabilization, or 3 CCDs s.Qualität actually so much more? Or is that more subjective?
Greeting -- Noel
Antwort von Markus:
a normal DV video image measures 720 × 576 pixels. That's 414,720 pixels / ~ 0.4 megapixels. The remaining pixels are usfür a digital image stabilization, 16:9 widescreen, or for an expanded for the photo of a camcorder function used.
A model with 3CCD makes sense when it comes to intensity and good color differentiation. ) Shoots of the weather (blue sky and / or cloud formations could be a 3CCD model has its advantages, for nighttime shooting thunderstorms likely synonymous with 1CCD satisfied by a camcorder. The brightness solve both classes of devices being equal to (see above) and as a flash on video usually looks white, should emerge no great difference.
For night shots of the storm camcorder in the following score should necessarily be adjustable manual: Focus (Focus), Aperture (exposure), exposure time (shutter speed) and signal amplification (gain). Usually the Apperture control is coupled with the signal amplification, but that's okay.
An optical image stabilization is theoretically better than a digital, but the latter have greatly caught up in recent years. The results of a good digital image stabilizer of which are no longer distinguish an optical unconditionally.
For the images described, I would always use a tripod. Also polarizer and gray graduated filter I think is reasonable. A polarizing filter enhances the contrast between clouds and sky.