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Sony HVR-Z1U oder Panasonic AG HVX200?

SonyHVR-Z1U or Panasonic AG HVX200?



Newsmeldung von slashCAM:
Dezember 2006

SonyHVR-Z1U or Panasonic AG HVX200? Of thomas - 25 Jul 2006 14:22:00
It is about choosing the right camcorder, and the balance between price and features of the HVX200 and the HVR-Z1 HD or HDV? Storage on tape or P2? 24P True or Cineframe? A Comparison of the two unequal HD (V) camcorder.




Antwort von stodest:

Depends on the verwendung.

I could now, of course, with data deluge, but wants to concentrate on just the essential views.

HDV 25 Mbps
DVCPRO HD 100 Mbps

Schonmal That should speak for themselves.

furthermore, the Panasonic has a variable frame rates, ranging up to 60 frames a second. Particularly charming FITUR because this real slow motion and real time can generate lapse.

Drawback to the Panasonic P2 card because she has to believe with low storage capacity with 8GB. But no problem, because you can buy for the same price a Fire doors 100GB hdd.

Subjectively speaking, I would prefer the Panasonic because of the HDV compression artifacts and look disappears.

Gruß Benny

(if there is an objective test is time to look after TV VIDEO FILM



Antwort von Markus:

"Benny" wrote:
Subjectively speaking, I would prefer the Panasonic because of the HDV compression artifacts and look disappears.

I started dealing with a similar question once and for similar reasons would have ended up with the HVX200.

However, tells me that the format HD (V) camcorder and the associated handling not, which means I'm going to probably grow any of them.








Antwort von PowerMac:

"Anonymous" wrote:
Depends on the verwendung.

I could now, of course, with data deluge, but wants to concentrate on just the essential views.

HDV 25 Mbps
DVCPRO HD 100 Mbps

Schonmal That should speak for themselves.

furthermore, the Panasonic has a variable frame rates, ranging up to 60 frames a second. Particularly charming FITUR because this real slow motion and real time can generate lapse.

Drawback to the Panasonic P2 card because she has to believe with low storage capacity with 8GB. But no problem, because you can buy for the same price a Fire doors 100GB hdd.

Subjectively speaking, I would prefer the Panasonic because of the HDV compression artifacts and look disappears.

Gruß Benny

(if there is an objective test is time to look after TV VIDEO FILM


Nobody has actually asked. You respond to an article!



Antwort von walthermarco:

I have HDV camcorders of different brands tested for months,
all draw on in mpeg format, and what comes out is sobering. unschärfe especially when moving, because the mpg is only every 12th bild full record. the specified 1900 x 1000 pixels Camera None of voting. everything is with 1400 x1000 pixels (known as 1080i / 50) and recorded the good programs like pinnacle Canopus
or adobe mpeg equalize the already poor signal high on 1900x1000. where the building is deteriorating course, while any further herunterrechnen at 720 x 576 (equivalent to standard DVD) movies are just terribly pale blurred.
as a film lecturer (on large screens around 5x3m), I have the finished rendered mpgs compared with my panasonic DVX 100A although only with 720 x 576 but the records in avi format and with 25 full screen. with the program hochrechgerechnet Stumpfl to 1400x1000 pixel. With my canon Biemer of 1400 x 1000 pixels can be compared, it is shocking how the so-called HDV cameras fall
against normal good old old 3 chip cameras in avi format.

the camera, I recommend that users wait until a real HDV camera comes out, not at 1900 pixel needs to be rectified, and with the Full avi or similar records.

werner Sternath



Antwort von PowerMac:

No. 9;)



Antwort von walthermarco:

True, I had completely overlooked ...
:)



Antwort von PowerMac:

In fact, I already count 13th



Antwort von walthermarco:

Well so gehts synonymous: clutter all HDV threads easily, just because a certain Mr Sternath what seems to HDV - or so synonymous not only can handle ...



Antwort von walthermarco:

"Anonymous" wrote:
Well so gehts synonymous: clutter all HDV threads easily, just because a certain Mr Sternath what seems to HDV - or so synonymous not only can handle ...


I guess strong that it is the latter. And who knows what he has with his "Biemer built for shit.



Antwort von Master_neo:

Well, presumably he speaks to his razor - in despair because there doing nothing, "Biem me up, scotch ..."



Antwort von Markus:

"Werner Sternath" wrote:
HDV camcorder I have tested various makes for months ...

Dear Werner,

Other users have always indicated several times, but I want to again express an official of Page: This is not proper to exhume countless contributions to post the same old text.

In other words: Let this, we hate that!
_________________
Liebe Grüße vom Moderator
Mark :-)








Antwort von r.p. television:

Since it is the HVX200 is a hard disk recorder that can be synonymous in DVC PRO HD capture format, it has become an attractive candidate.
The only question is whether the Firestore Focus has now turned into a reliable work tool. I myself have done so contrary experiences with an earlier model for HDV.
Did you see unfortunately never virgin material of the HVX200 on a FullHD. 'm A little skeptsich because of the tiny chip resolution and the pixel shift.
But the 100Mbps data rate is a good argument.
Perhaps there will soon have a HVX300 with virgin chips. Which is the flyer and now I am selling my XL H1.

To Z1:
Unfortunately, the HDV picture is not quite at the Height in terms of sharpness and Detailauflsöung. But it makes a pretty picture subjectively synonymous.




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