Slow motion on the new Sony handycams: 240fps

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Martin Heffels, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. http://news.sel.sony.com/documents/consumer/digital_imaging/camcorders/HDD/DCR-SR300_Specs.pdf

    240fps for 3 seconds. Pretty cool :)

    <quote>
    Smooth Slow Recording
    By increasing the record rate from 60 fields
    per second (fps) to 240 fps for 3 seconds
    allowing you to capture 3 seconds of fast
    motion and play the video back in 12
    seconds. This is great for analyzing a golf
    swing or a viewing a bird in flight. In
    addition, record an audio track to narrate
    what is being seen during the video.
    </quote>
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    Martin Heffels, Jan 12, 2007
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  2. Martin Heffels

    Spex Guest

    Martin

    On the V1 you can record 3,6 or 12 secs. Resolution drop and
    compression noise is quite drastic but could be useful to someone.

    I filmed milk dropping into a glass which was fun. A fun gimmick no
    more or less. :)
     
    Spex, Jan 12, 2007
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  3. 240 fps as well?
    :)
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    Martin Heffels, Jan 12, 2007
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  4. Martin Heffels

    Spex Guest

    The European model shoots slow motion at 200fps (4x50i) US model is
    240fps (4x60i).

    At 3 secs the resolution is 640x360 and for the 6s and 12s setting the
    resolution drops to 512x320 then the image is "up-rezzed" into dvcam or
    HDV depending on which format you are recording in.


    cheers
     
    Spex, Jan 13, 2007
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