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Old January 27th, 2010, 01:45 AM   #16
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As far as I can tell, with that imaging block in the AX2000 and NX5U, and assuming the AVCHD encoder works roughly as well as Panasonic's, we're looking at 800+ lines of detail recorded very cleanly. If Canon delivers similarly or better (seems pretty likely), this will be the year that quality HD is realized from very affordable cams. Up to now, (in low cost cams) "HD" has been a lot closer to "medium" than "high" resolution, and HDV compression really is pretty rough for acquisition.
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