Thats consumer level to me.
1/4" ccd 3d camera? Riiiigghhhtt. That has to look crisp and sharp. 3d is already somewhat blurry.
Funny too how archaic technology is becoming a fad. 3d cinema was introduced only 20 years after 16mm with sound. To emphasize that more, most of your parents our younger then 3d cinema technology.
1080p60? riiiiggghhhhttttt. Im sure that works well at 24 mb/s. Funny 720p60 is 24 mb/s and 1080p60 is 24 mb/s. Saw another cheap camera out with this. Cant imagine it looks good for 1080p60.
For reference DVC Pro HD codec rolls at 100 mb/s and puts out 720p60 and 1080p30 and 24 at that. Hell, the DVC Pro SD codec for the DVX recording in sd to mini dv tapes rolls at 25 mb/s.
Its not like the sensors on these p2 (this goes for XD cams too) cameras cant handle it. They actually start with a 1080p60 picture and "down res" from there. Well actually the HVX starts at a little over 2k, but thats a totally different topic.
Its just about the data rate issues why 1080p60 hasnt been done yet except on these new cameras.
I just really do not understand how a 1/4" ccd sensor 24 mb/s camera can make 1080p60 even look respectable.
Sorry for that 60p rant, but I just cant imagine 3d on that sensor and data rate being anywhere near crisp.
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