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post #3271 of 3820
11/26/10 at 9:24pm
Have any of you noticed that when shooting 1080/60P video to the 32GB Internal Memory and you quickly Pan left or right, a notice will come up on the LCD display stating that you panned too quickly.
I do not see it in the Final Product (Video) just on the display while shooting.
Well, I purchased a Lexar "Professional 133X" SDHC "Class 10" 32GB Card for Thanksgiving. ($109.00)
First thing that I noticed is that when I am shooting Video to the Lexar SDHC Card, I can Pan and Scan as fast as I want and I do not see that notice pop up on the Display telling me that I was panning to quickly.
I would surmise that the Camcorder can write quicker to the Lexar Class 10 card than it can to the Internal 32GB Memory!
You would think that Panasonic would install fast enough Memory into the camcorder that a Class 10 card would not show up the Pan Memory!
Not a big deal, stable video (Tri-Pod) I'll shoot to the Internal memory, Fast moving/Panning and Scanning Video will go to the Lexar Card!
Yes, 1080p60 files.
The Dune plays both folder structure (maintaining chapter breaks) and individual MTS files over wired network without a hint of problems.
Xtreamer plays individual files but stutters over wired network (but it does this with BluRay rips occasionally as well). With USB connection the files play smoothly except for very high data rate ( at a guess, > 30Mbps) when there is stuttering but then recovers. I haven't been using the Xtreamer much for playback (it is using the PC Monitor as a second media centre) and only really noticed the stuttering over USB when I was testing out the folders/files question for you. I originally just gave it a go with some MTS files when I first got the camera and it played fine so now the stuttering is a little disappointing.
Setup = Xtreamer via HDMI to 24" 1080p monitor. Wired LAN and USB SDHC card adapter.