6.1 megapixelsThe d70 shoots 3 fps.
Of course! What's better for football? I mean... you aren't using one of those new-fangled 35mm cameras are you? Because "momma says that's the devil"Nothing is cheating, it´s just a tool for making as good pictures as possible or are you using those old card board box cameras used in the 18-hundreds?
Lol, dubious comparison if ever. You can get 6MP cell phones in Korea now...and what of it? Red One shoots in 4k progressive, it's awesome...and cheap by 4k standards, or even most 2k solutions...it's revolutionary. Casio?They are showing it at the IFA.
Engadget says they told them it would ship in 2008.
VGA is 480p, so this is better than an SD camera for video at 300fps.
At 60fps you're getting 6MP (half of Red One).
Why do you complain?
PS: It's a pity they used SDHC instead of Compact Flash. It's not a tiny camera.
Sorry, my HS Spanish is all but forgotten. I don't see the way they are calculating. 300fps SD? is how as to what resolution in 60fps? as compared to what else?
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The Phantom v7.3 supplies a full frame recording rate of 6,688pps, with a maximum windowed speed of over 190,000pps making it the fastest continuously recording digital camera in existence! The 14 bit mono, or 24, 36, 48 bit color options not only allow for fast recording speeds but also the "pretty pictures" that have made the v7 series cameras the leading choice for broadcast production of fast action sports.
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