It's proper for video to do that if we are not connected to an old TV that used such a signal. As folk moved to a PC they need to de-interlace the video. As de-interlacing is well discussed, I'll stop here.
Just received my JVC E15 and been testing it out.
I can't seem to get rid of a very bad stripy image quality as soon as i start moving with the frame. I get this in all recording qualities from UXP to SEW.
See picture below of a screenshot taken from a video i recorded at a moment i was moving the camera.
Anybody got any idea what the cause might be? I'm pretty newb when it comes to camcorders. So i'm hoping it's some innocent setting that i've failed to come across