From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Apr 30 2006 - 09:25:29 PDT
panasonic 2 my knowledge was first in hdcam so maybe they have it down but...
i still have problems with the blacks and whites
On 4/29/06, Sam Wells <email suppressed> wrote:
> > So if you want to shoot HD but can't affort the top end but don't
> > like the limitations of the low end HDV stuff, the middle of the HD
> > market is being filled out which means that if you do doc work or
> > want to do high quality compositing etc. options are developing for
> > that sort of thing in HD.
> Within its parameters (low sensitivity compared to other HD cameras;
> no sophisticated knee circuitry etc; some motion artifacts pretty
> much inherent in the interframe compression of HDV ) the 1 chip Sony
> HDV AU-1 would be a very interesting choice (well compositing with
> HDV, I'm not too sure about that !!)
> It has a smoothness within it's range quite comparable to a Varicam
> in Film Rec mode (~ $ 60,000 sans lens)....
> I'm beginning to think CMOS will in the long turn out to be a more
> appealing imager to people who like film-like texture...
> Under $ 2,000. I think it's possibly the most potentially interesting
> video camera design on the market.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.