Indecent Exposure 14: Intensity experiments

Why shooting black and white with a digital camera isn't a black-and-white subject and HD video formats remystified.

Why shooting black and white with a digital camera isn't a black-and-white subject and HD video formats remystified.


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EPISODE 14

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Samsung's new high-end and budget compact snapshot cameras


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Nik Silver Efex Pro  Note: in the podcast Lori accidentally referred to this as "Color Efex Pro," which is obviously a different product.



HDV vs. AVCHD


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HDV vs. AVCHD

Hi. As far I undestand AVCHD is a compressed format of video and HDV get recorded uncompressed. How much video quality I loose if I use AVCHD camcorder vs. HDV camcorder (Canon's HF10 vs. HV30) Love the show. Thanks, Mandeep


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Lori Grunin is a senior editor for CNET Reviews, covering cameras, camcorders, and related accessories. She's been writing about and reviewing consumer technology and software since 1988.

 

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