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 Post subject: Lumix FZ35 AVCHD
PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:00 pm 
I have someone what slow upload speed 768 up. And HD is about of of my price range on speed. :D

So how about AVCHD?

What should I use to record in SH/H/L????
And what is the quality comparison between these three?


I recorded One Minute Pointing at my TV in each SH/H/L and SH was 106MB/H was around 86MB and L was around 60MB. Something like that. But I did not see much diffrance in the quality.



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PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 6:17 pm 
Ahhh I see, welll maybe. have I dound my awnser?


SH/H/L stands for in AVCHD Lite (SH: 17Mbps, H: 13Mbps, L: 9Mbps?

The numbers are the data rate at which video is recorded.

SH: 17 Mbps = 17 Mega bits per second.

My 8GB memory card is a Class 6, does this mean it can handel 6 Mbps? if so Useing anything above AVCHD-L 9 Mbps would be futile.????


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 Post subject: Class 6
PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 6:57 pm 
ncdigger1, Hi.
Class 6 means that the minimum write speed must be in excess of 6
MBytes/s (thats Bytes not bits) .... so a class 6 card will easily handle the
highest AVCHD frame rate with ease. It's when using Motion JPG (which has
to write a much larger file) where you need about 10 MBytes/s.
Luckily most decent class 6 cards will handle even that.
(Both my 8GB and 16GB class 6 cards write at 11.5 MBytes/s.
If I recall your cards are at 15MBytes/s).
Regards


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2010 12:46 am 
Thanks dbnnet, yeah my card is 15MBytes.


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