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Matte BlumeRe: dv vs. hdd
by on Oct 28, 2008 at 5:46:36 pm

DV= DV tape recording.

HDD=In-camera Hard Drive storage recording.



DV allows you to store the tape for future use.

DV allows you to change a tape and just keep shooting.

DV has a constant compression rate.

DV camcorders (in general, compared to HDD with similar features) cost less to purchase.

There are more choices of camcorders that use DV tape.
You can choose the features (and, usually, more manual settings) that you need.


HDD must be off-loaded and stored on another medium for future reference.

HDD means that when the HD is full, you're done, until you can off-load.

HDD usually means you will opt for a much higher compression of the video files to store more footage on the HD.

HDD camcorders (in general, compared to DV with similar features) cost more to purchase.





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  • dv vs. hdd by mirela bogdan on Oct 28, 2008 at 12:49:29 pm
    • Re: dv vs. hdd by Matte Blume on Oct 28, 2008 at 5:46:36 pm




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