, Why not do without, "Excellent" and "Good", or equal to the Denglisch gemixe? would be great if you could decide for German or English ;).[/ quote]
Antwort von Bernd E.:
If you ever are when over, you can update it maybe synonymous same table entry relating to the LANC. First, the explanation that this interface primarily used for remotely controlling the camcorder in analog editing environment, long obsolete, on the other hand, the terms' LANC: No "at the Sony consumer camcorders misleading. These cameras have an important function for many films but hidden in the AV / R jacks, but there it is.
Antwort von heimax:
"Excellent" is a German word with a French background, often synonymous when it used to be the users of business terms.