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Thread: Panasonic NVGS75 - recording settings, maximal resolution

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    Default Panasonic NVGS75 - recording settings, maximal resolution

    I have just bought digital camcoder Panasonic NVGS75 (3 CCD).
    The quality of first video shots is of a web camera quality, resolution 320X240.

    I am not able to find out how to set the parameters in the menu to get maximal quality of the video.

    Does anybody have any experiance with this camcoders and can help me?

    Thanks in advance. RudiK

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    I presume you have connected your camera to your PC using USB and transferred. If you have, don't. Use a firewire cable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    I presume you have connected your camera to your PC using USB and transferred. If you have, don't. Use a firewire cable.
    got a point
    USB is only for the webcamera and still photos
    get a PCI based firewire card and a firewire cable or meybe you all ready have firewire 1934 Connection under Network Connections in Control Panel, then you dont need a new firewire pci card, only a firewire cable

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