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Old 08-13-2005, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default 1080p digital video camera for under 6k

This is a new camera from Panasonic . It records up to 1080p/30 and will be released in November/December '05 . It looks very promising as far as specs go. Only troublesome point is that it records on p2 cards which are very expensive (around 1700$ per card) and until now are only available up to 8GB, though it could expand.

EDIT:Couple of more things. Even though the price is down to consumer levels, it seems it's still meant for professionals, news tv people more specifically simply because of the media cost and all the hassle involved with dealing with such a limited recording time. However I did see that p2 cards will increase significantly in size, up to 128GB, and hopefully prices will come down too. The bitrates used are from 25-100mbps which means highest quality 1080p takes 1GB per minute. These P2 cards are quiet interesting medium, they are still in early stages but they are very durable and very versatile without any moving parts and they have great potential as a portable medium . Anyway here is the brochure for both the camera and p2 cards with lots more info
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