I myself bought a SDR-FS200, in the settings as synonymous, it is a widescreen mode, Manual, according to 16:9. Is that a true widescreen mode, in which the horizontal synonymous Resolutionder video file increases or am I actually lose quality? I can find in the manual say anything.
Antwort von deti:
For all current SD cameras are 16:9 anamorphic encoding - ie you lose no resolution.
Antwort von beiti:
Is that a true widescreen mode, in which the horizontal synonymous Resolutionder video file increases or am I actually lose quality?
The horizontal Resolutionkann not rise because of the PAL standard, this does not provide.
Digitized video is always 720 x 576 pixels tall, no preference whether the aspect ratio is 4:3 or 16:9. As you can easily calculate that corresponds to pixel ratio 720:576 either 4:3 or 16:9. Normal video is with "rectangular pixels included", ie the pixels are slightly wider than high (this is true even for 4:3 and even greater for 16:9).
720 X576 in 16:9 is therefore "true" 16:9 in the sense of definition. And 16:9 DVDs and television stations that broadcast digitally in 16:9, have the same resolution.
Higher Resolutionbekommst you only with HD camcorders and Blu-ray.