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Old 9th November 2014, 00:35   #18  |  Link
AVCHDfreak
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Would it be cheaper to dub from Type C to 3/4" for archiving? I thought this practice was supposed to be avoided, even though you're not getting better quality out of dubbing Type C to Type C, it reduces relative quality loss.

I have attached a capture of one frame (tapeERROR_.jpg) where there was complete dropout, it lasted for 3 fields, something tells me that this is a permanent one made during on-field recording (the tbc seems to have a line repeater and small dropouts occurred every 2 seconds), it looks a little like u-matic dropout, would you be able to tell? Also, is it likely that abrupt panning can affect operation of the recorder in the camera?

EDIT: Another attached image (line21.jpg) shows the top portion of the shot with presumably Line 21 visible even with overscan.
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