Keeping in mind that at full resolution this burst requires the system to process an order of magnitude more pixels. It is very impressive indeed.
It appears that you are saying it takes 30 seconds to write the 10 second burst, is that right? Presumably this is either because it can not physically write the data fast enough or it is due to a limitation of processing power/speed. It may be both. If the problem is processing power, then it would be incorrect to asssume that more compression would solve the problem. In fact, it would compound the problem.
If the Scarlet possesses enough RAM to do the job we are still left with this question of processing power, which we know to be an issue beyond 4k regular speed.
Last edited by Scott Crawley; 07-06-2012 at 06:54 AM.
Yes, but once it's buffered back to the card, it's compressed... so playing off to a nanoflash in realtime will mean recording a compressed source.
No, that is what it does, it's been described in several reviews. Are they out in the States yet? The first ones arrived at the dealers in the UK a few days ago.
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