I have never worked with FX1 and the FX1000, but I notice that the FX1 somewhat better later in the DVD image makes with the same conditions. We have everything in HDV format and later filmed with the video software is compressed to DVD.
I now ask:
1. The FX1 is truly better in the visual 2. Does it make sense to record an HDV 10080i and expect the program to be down to DV (because of Bildkvali) 3. The FX1000 has the option Prog Scan 25 Is it worth it yes when they turn on Whom? radioed for example, the slow motion footage with switched net 25 4. The FX1000 has the option to select component 1080i or 576i what is that? 5. Can you give me tips to par FX1000 Camera reasonable set? 6. Are there any video DVDs or video tutorials work in matters camera at weddings?
Thanks and LG
Antwort von Räuber:
Hello, I am constantly amazed with what prior knowledge and 3,000 euros will be more spent, without any idea of have a basic knowledge of the matter!?
Ad 1: Unfortunately I have no direct Comparison, but I think I have read that the imaging performance of the FX 1000 in Comparison to the FX1 should be improved. To tease out that one should, however, both cameras under identical conditions set manual. And I say, on a DVD or standard TV we see no difference.
Re 2: Why does the picture quality will be as bad? I accept in principle, be in HD, synonymous to later have the opportunity to spend that material in HD (keyword BlueRay).
Re 3: The Tune in, if I need this option. Because here you do not specify are what your cinematic goals can be synonymous to give a prediction.
Re 4: I thought with my opening sentence ..... (google it a little bit, you'll be amazed).
Re 5: With your prior knowledge? Automatic! And of course myself to try a lot ....
Q. 6: Do I know do not practice, but is synonymous here, practice, practice. And of course, good videos (Youtube etc.) and learn from them.
If you have not really helped much, but then how you present here, you should erstmal s.den basics are working and make yourself familiar with the simplest concepts and functions.