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Does HVX200E shoot 24p in 1080i?


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#1 Ismail Jamaludin

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Posted 17 April 2008 - 08:37 AM

Hey fellas',

I've been toying with my friend's HVX200 and we've been trying to figure out how to shoot 24p in 1080i. Sorry if this is such a noob question, but keep in mind I've only touched the beautiful thing once.

So does it shoot in 24p in 1080i?

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#2 Adam Zimmerman

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Posted 15 June 2008 - 07:16 PM

no it only shoots 720 in 24p the p stands for progressive video. and the "i" at the end on 1080i stands for interlaced video.
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#3 A. Whitehouse

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Posted 15 June 2008 - 08:44 PM

no it only shoots 720 in 24p the p stands for progressive video. and the "i" at the end on 1080i stands for interlaced video.


Actually it does shoot 24p 1080i as ridiculous as the nomenclature has become. In much the same way that progressive material is stored on a format like digi-beta each frame is split across two fields which are temporally the same. Also I believe only the NTSC version of the camera shoots 24p, if you're in a PAL territory you might be up a creek (although it will do 25p). Its hidden in one of the hundreds of mindless and poorly labeled menus. For my money I would shoot 720p as it opens up the other functions of the camera. Good luck...
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#4 Christopher Santucci

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Posted 29 June 2008 - 12:53 AM

Shoot in 1080 24PA.

Don't bother with 720 since it's inferior as compared to 1080 from that camera.

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#5 John Sprung

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Posted 30 June 2008 - 04:01 PM

Don't bother with 720 since it's inferior as compared to 1080 from that camera.

The chips are only 540 high, so both are upconversions.


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#6 Christopher Santucci

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Posted 02 July 2008 - 08:40 AM

The chips are only 540 high, so both are upconversions.


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Yeah. And it makes its best image at 1080 24PA.

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Edited by Christopher Santucci, 02 July 2008 - 08:41 AM.

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#7 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 02 July 2008 - 09:09 AM

Personally I would go with the 24P/720, but that's my experience with the camera.
I believe the PA is intended for going back out to film or working with other 24Pa material (it's a 3:2:2:3 pull down in Pa as opposed to a 3:2:3:2 iirc)
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#8 Brian Langeman

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Posted 12 July 2008 - 09:56 AM

I've read that recording in 1080 modes gives you less compression artifacts than the 720 modes, so if you have the hard drive space, I'd use the 1080i 24PA mode.

I have to agree that the name for it does sound pretty screwed up hehe.
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