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#1 MikeFalg

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Posted 21 March 2006 - 12:05 PM

Well, here I go...Be carefull what you ask for...you just might get it. I work in corporate video and our company has decided to expand from DV to DVCPRO50 (Panasonic SDX900)...My editing platform is Mac Based (Final Cut Pro 5.0.4). We we're primarily a resourse for training but Marketing is coming into the picture more and more. I'm trying to research some data before my gear arrives and I'm getting nervous about potential configuration issues. We are also purchasing an AJ-SD93P Deck (Firewire capable). The camera set-up appears to be somewhat itimidating at this point. First Question, (of what I'm sure is many more to come)...The difference of Progressive vs. Interlace and it's relationship to picture quality? :huh:
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#2 Charles Lorch

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Posted 22 March 2006 - 12:43 PM

You should get a Goodmans guide along with the camera. This is a very useful tool with your 900. It gives a good explaination of interlaced vs. progressive, but check here on the Panasonic site and the links they have

http://catalog2.pana...Model=AJ-SDX900

It even has a link for how to get a Goodmans guide if one doesn't come with the camera.
You should be very pleased if your coming over from DV.
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#3 MikeFalg

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Posted 22 March 2006 - 02:01 PM

You should get a Goodmans guide along with the camera. This is a very useful tool with your 900. It gives a good explaination of interlaced vs. progressive, but check here on the Panasonic site and the links they have

http://catalog2.pana...Model=AJ-SDX900

It even has a link for how to get a Goodmans guide if one doesn't come with the camera.
You should be very pleased if your coming over from DV.


Thanks for the information!

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