IFA - Hitachi Bluray camcorder gives detailsof rudi - 31 Aug 2007 23:38:00 DC with two new models to the market for Hitachi Bluray camcorder being alone edit it. For 1300 Euro, there is the double-BD70E, solely on the optical recording media (in addition to all DVD Bluray synonymous variants). For 200 euros more to get the double-BD7HE also built 30 GB hard drive, the camcorder then a hybrid makes. The latter allows the direct synonymous then backing up the hard drive on BluRay or DVD without any additional PC. The technical data can be found shortly synonymous in our database, here only the most important fundamentals in words: 1/2.8-Inch 4:3 - CMOS sensor with 5.3 Mpixel, including the shooting but only just under 2 million pixels are used . A ten-tray-zoom Lens, a 2.7 inch display with 210,000 pixels and a Viewfinder with 200,000 pixels class average. No Microphone or headphone jack. On a 7.5 GB Single Sided Bluray disc lands in the best quality at FullHD with 1920 x 1080 pixels one hours material. This corresponds to a data rate of about 16 Mbit / s. For longer recording time, there is still synonymous with modes 12 and 8 Mbit / s. At the lowest quality match then even 2 hours on a Bluray disc. Remarkably, although Hitachi with MPEG4 / AVC records, but not officially in the AVCHD standard. In Bluray players to the discs, however, still play smoothly. How to cut files in the programs behave, remains unclear until further notice ...
Blue-ray as the storage media can I find out. SD cards with 4 GB, there are already all over to buy and 8/16GB come slowly synonymous.
Antwort von Kuckuck:
I do not know if discs are not even safe as Flash. For long term storage has anyway the tape the nose for a long time ahead! BR discs are according to my information indicates that approximately 5 years. tapes about 20 years.
Antwort von WoWu:
It is interesting to observe that even Sony, the BlueRay Flag have kept higher than any other, now in the new PMW EX1 synonymous to the storage solution umschwenkt.
@ Slashcam ...... Incidentally, what AVCHD is concerned this is not the standard, but MPEG4 H.264 .... AVCHD is a registered and protected trademark of Panasonic Sonyand .... clear that the others do not use it (may) .... But it's all the same codec.
Antwort von WoWu:
@ Cuckoo .. I share your passion for yes Tape ... but it is really s.der time, the mechanically sensitive heads (wear synonymous) from the camcorder to banish. In addition, a significant proportion of the potential bandwidth for tape-recording for the error protection draufgegangen .... there is now in favor of higher-storage medium payload of more synonymous away. Insofar tape is really out soon .... Remains the issue of archiving.