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Re: The New Swing Check

Hello!

This sounds perfect, and I shall endevour to borrow my friends camera for this very sole purpose! It is a Sanyo Xacti HD1010, and does some cool 300 fps slow mo mode. But I have 2 questions....

1) Below are the modes the Sanyo claims to do... which would be most useful? I would imagine the 300fps would be (still seems quite good quality to me on my pc) even though it is a lower resolution? Or would a higher res at 60fps be better?

[Full-HD]: 1920 x 1080 (60 FPS *6 14 Mbps)
[Full-SHQ]: 1920 x 1080 (30 fps/12 Mbps)
[HD-HR]: 1280 x 720 (60 fps*6/12 Mbps)
[HD-SHQ]: 1280 x 720 (30 fps/9 Mbps)
[TV-HR]: 640 x 480 (60 fps/6 Mbps)
[TV-SHQ]: 640 x 480 (30 fps/3 Mbps)
[Web-SHR]: 448 x 336 (300 fps)
[Web-SHQ]: 320 x 240 (30 fps)


2) My second question is (and I apologise as I'm sure it's a little thick , and if it's not it's probably been asked before)...

"1. Facing camera with a driver" - As in to hit the ball towards the camera? With the chance of hitting it?? Just asking as I don't want to wreck my friends camera!

**EDIT** --> Ignore me, I've just worked it out! :D


By the way, cracking work and many thanks for the offer to analyse the swing!

Cheers all,
Luke
post #20 of 20

Re: The New Swing Check

Originally Posted by luckyluke699 View Post
1) Below are the modes the Sanyo claims to do... which would be most useful? Or would a higher res at 60fps be better?

[HD-HR]: 1280 x 720 (60 fps*6/12 Mbps)
For swing analysis, the detail of HD is fine and 60 FPS is also fine. 300 FPS can be overkill, and the clarity gained by 720p video more than offsets the gains of 300 FPS over 60.
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