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Canon also realize that tape-based (HDV) high definition camcorders are on their last legs. HDD and solid state memory are taking precedence, and it wouldn’t be surprising if this is the last time their consumer HDV line receives any significant upgrades.
We don’t expect HDV to keep its edge too much longer. At some point, maybe even this year, engineers will figure out how at least match its quality. Most of the AVCHD camcorders for 2008 are recording in 1920 x 1080, while HDV is forever locked at 1440 x 1080, then stretched for playback. The gains that the “full HD” camcorders make in resolution are expected to be offset by the lingering compression artifacts and other headaches of AVCHD, but it’s only a matter of time before they crack the code.
kehitys kehittyy, ja mun teesi todistuu hyvää vauhtia 8)The real question on our minds is this: how much longer can tape-based HDV hang on? In most other aspects – convenience, portability, capacity, and ease of transfer to computer – tape has already lost to HDD and solid state media.