Can HD Record in Slow Motion?

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Can HD Record in Slow Motion?

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The limit for a camcorder at the moment is Varicam 60 fps at 1220×720. A 1920×1080 60i recording can be deinterlaced and turned into a 60p recording at the cost of lowering the resolution. Ikegami have demonstrated a true 120fps 720p camera that uses a hard disk to record the images. A 1920×1080 camera running at 60p is available from Thomson and Sony where a seperate recorder is needed. There is a range of digital super slo mo cameras using single chip imagers of up to 2k resolution, that are capable of up to 3000 frames per second. The images, usually totaling two or three thousand frames are stored in RAM, then downloaded. See my Slo mo reels and frame grab of 60i deinterlaced to 60p Horse race Video Lenses Are Inferior to Film Lenses Second generation HD lenses and primes are superior to 35 mm lenses in just about every way. As the size of the image plane is much smaller than 35 mm all the resolving power has to be fine-tuned into a small image plane, so both mechanically and optic

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