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Old July 20th, 2006, 05:57 AM   #46
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Originally Posted by Tony Tibbetts
Didn't Canon also acquire the AVCHD license? Which has 720p 24fps specs? Maybe a solid state GL3/GLH1. Hmmm... that could be very cool.

That would be the way to go. I'm sick and tired of how sony keeps teasing us.
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Old July 20th, 2006, 08:22 AM   #47
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Forget a new camera! I just want P2 prices to drop!
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Old July 25th, 2006, 03:44 PM   #48
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I didn't know Canon used P2 cards.

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Old July 25th, 2006, 10:11 PM   #49
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why not true 24p then all the time???

Originally Posted by Jeff Kilgroe
... Sony had to cough up for the CineAlta and even the CF24 modes of the FX1/A1 camcorders.
Gosh, really? So even more stuptifying as to why Sony put that silly nilly CF24 mode that *bites* instead of "true" DVX type 24P???
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Old August 4th, 2006, 02:58 PM   #50
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I would be surprised to see Sony paying royalties to anyone! They seem to use pretty much their own stuff. Ever see a Sony DLP set?

Dithering (adding noise) has been a standard anti-aliasing technique since the earliest digital audio days.

I always thought that to qualify for a patent, an idea had to unique enough NOT to be obvious to a knowledgeable person in the field. The patent system was supposed to encourage development. Since the lawers got involved, it seems to have the opposite effect - oh! that's been always.

A friend of mine who holds the original patent for digitizing video (1973) suggested to me to enclose any unique circuit in black epoxy and put a part number on it!

Rant's over!
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Old August 12th, 2006, 11:25 AM   #51
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After reading the whole thread and trying to see things from both points of view, I finally gave up and fell over the following website trying to glean some more information on the hopefully pending camcorder.

Which would be completely uninteresting, were it not purportedly written by Robert Faber himself. Its a peculiar mix of 'patent speak' and blatent self promotion I happened to find very amusing. I particually like the whole written-in-the-third-person-quoting-himself bit and he didn't even use the word 'multiplicity' once.
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