Hello Friends I'm considering buying one MV890 (Canon) on and I wonder whether I have a quality loss by recording 4:3. Explanation: This is a 16:9 camcorder. I thank you in advance for your great answer.
Antwort von matthew:
gibts nen obviously synonymous loss here, because of the 4:3 to 16:9 would-chip "squeezed", ie the part s.den divorced 2 fat chipfläschen from .... these camcorders are really only good for one, it is only for 16:9.
synonymous conversely, 16:9 is probably the best way possible with little sheep nem 4:3-chip!
Antwort von jabone:
Antwort von Broocks:
Hello! Synonymous in front of me I have to buy a 16:9 camcorder (NV-GS180 or 280). Now I have but not a 16:9 TV, but perhaps that is indeed times. Now, I'd probably add to synonymous site is available in 4:3, because otherwise I get so black bars above and below (??!!). Am I really as strong as quality loss?
Is it because now recommended to be incorporated in 16:9, as the trend is surely then, or is it now 4-3 for the devices are not yet widely recommended sooner. I still hold a 4:3 TV but if at some point (when synonymous always gives up) the spirit of something else that crops up (her 16:9).
Antwort von Markus:
Is it because now recommended to be incorporated in 16:9 ...?
This is simply a matter of taste. 4:3-Do you a better picture or a 16:9 picture? Synonymous There is no reason not to record a movie and then the next film differently.
Only one thing you should do: filming in a format and later want to have yet another. A conversion of 4:3 to 16:9 (or vice versa), namely, always leads to visible loss in quality.
The synonymous means that you are not shooting with different image formats can really mix, because one of the two is still suffering.