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Old November 26th, 2008, 03:35 AM   #16
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Native 1080p24?

Does this cam (HDC-HS100) record native progressive 1080p (unlike canon AVCHD cams like the HG10 which do 1080p24 interlaced in a 1080i60 stream requiring IVTC later to get the 1080p24 out of the files)?

From AVCHD - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Select Panasonic camcorders are able to record native 1080p video. The most notable model is the AG-HMC150, which is capable of recording in all three high definition formats: 1080i, 1080p and 720p. Of the consumer models, the HDC-HS100 and HDC-SD100 are capable of recording native 1080p24/1080p25 video. This means that no film-mode deinterlacing is required to edit such a video in a progressive timeline."

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