How many megapixels you need? 16:9 camcorder to 500 ¬?
Frage von Mike_O: Mai 2006
Hello! I want to grow me a camcorder to 500euro. Now, there are camcorders with 0.8, 1.07, 2.1, 3, ... megapixels. I would like to have a camcorder with 16:9 assume synonymous if I do not need this at the time because I do not have a 16:9 TV. But how many pixels you really need? Also with a view to the future, should I buy mal nen flat TV or the like.
Antwort von StefanS:
For PAL on TV you need 720 pixels x 576
For PAL on flat-TV as well.
For PAL on plasma or LCD also (both "flat" but not "TV")
What goes beyond that takes the electronic image stabilization function or the photo, but will in no case on the tape.
With HD video, it looks rather different.
There's the one in 1280 x 720 p and i, the other in 1920 x 1080 p and i as the standard for the playback devices. The Camera CCDs but have partly different resolutions and before I now find the one that has the Jan in the head or the search function of this forum or Google.
Antwort von Mike_O:
So that means I'm going for my current TV and get along well for a flat later synonymous with 1.07 megapixels!? So the rich? The "bigger" with 2-3 megapixel are therefore required for HD TV, which is now synonymous are coming so slowly?
Antwort von Acer:
No and yes.
You only need about, 420 000 pixels LEAST a GENUINE Pal Bildherzustellen. So many 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc. MP forever. The remaining pixels are used only for:
s.Picture stabilize b) shoot photos c) improved sales of the product
An HD (T) V camcorder is specifically marked that it is even one of those. For, even if has a DV camcorder 4 MP, does not mean that it synonymous records in HD (T) V!
More MP does not mean HD (T) V
In addition, the CCD is / are the pixels of an HD (T) V camcorder built entirely differently than the conventional CCD.