Digital camera with large sensor or camcorder with small sensor?

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
Markr041 Veteran Member • Posts: 5,841
Re: Digital camera with large sensor or camcorder with small sensor?

"Why does anyone need 60p lately? Are you shooting at 60p and editing it at 60p and only playing the stuff back at 60p, or what?"

Because the alternative is:

1. 108060i - interlaced . Are you going to argue interlaced video is superior to progressive? That is what Canons offer.

2. 108024p. Are you going to argue that 24p is the superior frame rate, based on your uninformed assumption about the Hobbitt? You do know about the limitations of 24p for panning and subject action?

3. 108030p. Not a standard.

The fact is that on consumer equipment 108060p provides the best quality video. And it can be easily converted to 108030p for web use with little degradation.

And, yes, those of us with modern equipment and who care about video that conveys real life shoot and play 108060p.

Your insistence on big sensors is equaly biased and uninformed. I am tired of arguing about it.

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