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Old January 4th, 2007, 09:46 AM   #1
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My Sony FX1 will be here next week. Now I have DVFilmmaker and have a question.

I've made my decision and gone HD. I buying a Sony FX1 (it's already reserved). I still use my VX-1000 (along with a DVX-100A) I've used 60i to 24p on my standard def cams and it looks great. Only gripe is the slightly blurred blended fields when there is motion (DV Filmmaker onlt deinterlaces when there is motion). Is it very noticable in HD footage. And if so how does converted 60i to 24p HD measure up to say Panasonics HVX200's in cam 24p?
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