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Old September 3rd, 2007, 04:32 PM   #16
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I am afraid & shure the way to control focus, aperture and zoom while shooting will be awful .. so its great for special things, but will not replace a real motion camera, even if the quality is better.

A Idea how to handle the datarate: maybe the cam doesnt record a real image (jpeg) sequence but uses a interframe codec like H.264 - later, when you acess a single image, it generates a jpeg from it. This might be a chance to handle the datarate. But this also might cause the image quality of a "interpolated" serial image is much lower then what we know from other photo cams. This also needs a very powerful internal processor - anybody out there owning a desktop Mac or PC which can do high Quality H.264 encoding @60fps in realtime ?
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Old September 3rd, 2007, 06:03 PM   #17
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I really want to do good slow motion. This may fit the bill. I am not yet ready to move up from SD and good slow mo would really help enhance some of the nature stuff I video as well as give me a good cam to do stills.
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