hello, I want me a new camera and I was buying the JVC GZ-HD7 is proposed. Das ist ja ne Harddisks Camera. When it is recorded in Mpeg2 codec. Is the quality of the video because now worse than a MiniDV tape? If yes, is the difference in size and the resolution is only synonymous or colors, ... differently?
Antwort von VolkerS:
More interesting than the question of the quality difference is more of what you're looking for with the wish to make recordings. If you searched before the films and later to edit a film ansehbaren to make it, I would in any case, mini-DV to guess, because if you try the clips of the hard camera to the PC to receive and to handle the problems only begin to correct . If however you are sure that you never want to edit something, you can use camera to the disk. The issue of hard drive camcorder was already here in the forum in all details and always treated with the above. Result.
Antwort von Alex323:
That I do not understand ... why should a poor Harddisks video editing be? I can edit synonymous Mpeg video ... So, at the same Resolutionist Mpeg on the hard drive for DV and ... the frame rate is not less synonymous differ ... so that then? Of course I will then edit the videos (and cut so) and then should I not take the JVC. I mean, it's practically the same video on a hard drive to have, and otherwise seems to be synonymous super camera to be exactly what I need ... but if they disadvantage in the processing brings with itself, I do not take!
Antwort von Quadruplex:
The issue is quite wrong. A hard disk camcorder with PAL and MPEG-2 is compared to a MiniDV PAL Model (with comparable Optics / camera chip) clearly lose out.
The JVC is a high-resolution model, but - and this is using the band synonymous competition while MiniDV cassettes, but records - such as the JVC - MPEG-2 on. The JVC has the advantage of full HD resolution (1920 times 1080) and can record the stuff via USB 2.0 so synonymous ratzfatz to PC to transfer them.