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    I am sure it will end up "being a camera" and much more!


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    will 200 Mbps AVC-Ultra be recordable on any P2 card or just the newer E series cards? what is the max bitrate P2 can handle?


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    It should be able to record to any P2 card. The "R" series has a transfer speed of 640 Mbps so it should be able to right?
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    Wow. Very impressive. I agree, sounds like it should go to A or E series, but E would be so much more preferable since the transfer speed is so high. But remember, this is speculation...Jan seems to allude to the fact that it might only be available in decks, not cameras.


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    Although AVC-U would probably give sony a HUGE headache if Pana decide to develop a line of high end cameras that can utilize it. 4:4:4 filebased workflow with simple P2 cards, not the hugely expensive HDcam-sr stuff. Or just 1080p50/60....


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    Nothing prevents Sony to develop something similar for the SxS system...

    This sounds good, and would love to see this on a camera, but should only come next year or later.

    All announcements have been a bore, excluding the cards price cuts. No breakthrough camera announced or displayed...yet.

    I was looking forward for an HPX300 firmware update to address the 1080p issue. While addresing the flash situation is nice, it would be equally important for this to be addressed. That, and, of course, the S/N.

    Scarlet is still what I want to see from NAB. It was either that, a surprise HPX500 update, an HVX300 with the HPX300 advancements in an handheld form factor, an EX1a with the 4:2:2 sony XDCAM codec, or a surprise Canon or Nikon video camera with Interchangeable lenses and FF35 recording.

    No such thing untill now, so, a bit disappointing in the camera department.

    One thing that really catched my eye was the Matrox H264 encoding hardware, the MAX technology. A MXO2 with this sounds very, very tempting.
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    Some years, NAB is a huge waste of time. I would be pretty pissed off if I went all of the way to Vegas just to see some new Silver P2 cards. I wouldn't hold your breath on the 300 skew update, that could happen at any time or could never happen.

    So far, a big wash out on new cams. No RED announcements, no new Canon using a large sensor, no new Under $40,000.00 from Sony.

    We'll see if Apple announces FCS3 tomorrow night at the FCPUG Supermeet.

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    Jan! Very cool stuff!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by John Caballero View Post
    I am sure it will end up "being a camera" and much more!
    Aren't you the same person that likes to bring everyone down back to reality when they talk about all things RED that don't actually exist yet?

    AVCUltra is promising, but until it's incorporated it will always be promising.

    Fair is fair. Red uses forums, Panasonic uses press releases. Hype is born.



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    Panasonic has more than a half dozen cameras out on the market with working new technology and perhpaps a bit of hype ...who knows.
    Red has.....one camera a couple of year old, and lots of CG images and attitude and of course a couple of forums. My money is on Panasonic.
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