Seems like it could have been a great camera only if it could shoot video in 1080p, sony is hardly trying to catch up to the market. canon, panasonic, jvc and i dont know how many other cameras can record hd footage in 1080p and this one with the price it has, and it cannot do it? i mean come on, id rather save up and pay double for the AX2000 which is able to shoot 1080p and sd video as well. Come on sony, get with the program
I have a Sony HVR-HD1000 that shoots 1080i, please explain to me what the advantage of shooting in progressive when I can correct it in post?
Well I guess it all depends on the equipment being used. Its said that when you de-interlace an interlaced video the image tends to look blurry, its happened to me, I currently have an HDR SR-11 which might not be a prosumer camera, but works for what i need it for. but then again i've yet to work with a camera that can record in progressive scan.
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