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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak Forsman
    i don't know how useful this is. probably not at all considering the compression, but here is some footage i shot when i first bought the HV10 a month ago. it blows away anything comparable in its class. [link]

    I remember seeing it, Zak. HV10 rocks. I put up the Canon test because it's got 720p and 1080 versions.
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    Wow this thing is pretty cool. NICE.
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    I am definitely interested in getting this. Looks amazing for the price!


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    Canon is pulling a Panasonic here, and Panasonic is pulling a Sony, they should have had the HDC-DVX100 replacement out by now, and it should be rocking, instead we have Canon waking up and giving us the A1 and now this little cutie. Harummmph.
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    i feel like panasonic is going to release something Rad in the next year. it may be too late, but still.....
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    Ok and now tell me what quality I get thru HDMI output on my hardrive???
    - Full 1920 x 1080 I hope
    - but at what fps?
    - 8, 10, 12 bits?
    - 4:2:2, 4:4:4?
    - raw, rgb, mpeg2 or what?

    Hope there will be some way cheaper devices kind of Firestore with 2,5 HDD or now more and more cheaper Flash harddrives
    and expresscards or laptops with HDMI.

    I was thinking of hack this camcorder and rip off built in lenses and add some mount for interchangeable lenses
    instead of using lens convertors. ;D
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    Live output: 60i, 12 bits I think, 4:2:2, RGB.


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    If you look at how Canon releases new technology on the still side of the house, you know that new sensors and features always get rolled out in consumer models first.

    The still images we capture with our 1D series are vastly superior to anything we can get with our H1/A1 chips, and in low light the difference is so vast a comparison isn't even fair.

    The 1Ds has a phenomenal CMOS chips, full frame 35mm, 17mp, 4992 x 3328 max resolution, and this sensor is two years old. If I could have 24p with the chip in my 1Ds mkII, wow.

    Since Canon has a great track record with still sensors and single chip glass, there is no reason for them not to be looking at unified sensor R&D and production for both still and motion cameras.

    I think this camera is a sneak peek at Canon's future product path. With Canon's market penetration in both professional video and still market, their continuing R&D, the size of their R&D budget, and the obvious growing interest in DOF adapters and digital cinema, all I can say is that Red could be dead, and Arri and Panavision should be worried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AuditoryVisuals
    Live output: 60i, 12 bits I think, 4:2:2, RGB.
    But if 24p is used, is it preserved within the 60i stream on HDMI output? If not, the utility of HDMI is somewhat diminished.


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