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    Default Is this camera suitable for live recording on ustream?

    Hi I am sure the answer to this is Yes! (hopefully!!)

    I am thinking of getting this camera: the Sony CX560V

    Without giving too much of an overkill with the specs here is a copy of paste of the specs:

    - I just want to confirm that such a camera, attached to a powerful enough computer, will be able to stream high quality video via ustream? Thanks for all replies - highly appreciated!


    • Video Format : HD: MPEG4-AVC/H.264 AVCHD format compatible (1080/60p:original format)
    • Video Mode : HD PS: Approx. 28Mbps / FX: Approx. 24Mbps / FH: Approx. 17Mbps / HQ: Approx. 9Mbps / LP: Approx. 5Mbps; STD HQ: 9Mbps
    • Video Resolution : HD: 1920x1080/60p (PS), 24p, 60i (FX, FH), 1440x1080/60i (HQ, LP); STD: 720x480/60i
    • Video Actual (Pixel) : Approx. 6140K pixels (16:9), Approx. 4600K pixels (4:3)
    • Video Signal : NTSC color, EIA standards
    • Recording and Playback Times : HD PS: Approx. 5h15m (Approx. 5h15m); HD FX: Approx. 6h10m (Approx. 6h10m); HD FH: Approx. 8h25m (Approx. 8h25m); HD HQ: Approx. 15h00m (Approx. 11h20m); HD LP: Approx. 26h20m (Approx. 21h30m); STD HQ: Approx. 15h25m (Approx. 14h25m)
    • Photo Capture from Movie : 2.1 megapixels 16:9 (1920x1080); 307K pixels 4:3 (640x480); 230K pixels 16:9 (640x360)
    • Dual Record : 12.3 megapixels 16:9 (4672x262; 9.2 megapixels 4:3 (3504 x 262
    • Audio Format : Dolby® Digital 5.1ch, Dolby® Digital 5.1Creater; Dolby® Digital 2ch Stereo, Dolby® Digital Stereo Creator

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    I'm sure the answer is yes BUT you need to realise it's not just about how good the camera is. The person operating it has to know what he is doing to make sure he has good quality. The camera is just part of the mix, there is also lighting, framing, etc.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    I'm sure the answer is yes BUT you need to realise it's not just about how good the camera is. The person operating it has to know what he is doing to make sure he has good quality. The camera is just part of the mix, there is also lighting, framing, etc.....
    Absolutely - fully understand that - I guess I posted the message just to "make sure" or see if anyone had any comment about that particular model. With it being quite expensive I just want to be 100% sure.

    Thanks

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