Split screen of CX520VE and DSV-HX9V both at 17 Mbit
Also showing the difference between the sound from each ( 2 chanel stereo in both cases )
Followed by The DSC-HX9V Straight to a sony Bravia TV HDMI then the same material recorded at 9 17 24 and 28 MBIT- Recorded of th screen by a CX520VE- but only a fraction of the screen so the compression of the recording camera should be insugnificient.
The bit rate compare would have been better with more movement though there is a lot of detail and some movement. Note the DSC-HX9V knows when it is on a tripod and puts up a symbol to show this, I assum the image stabiliser is then effected ?
See also the following videos all done on the CX520VE
During the Alpine Trip where our main goal was to shoot the new Eccentric and Fuzz bikes Sam decided to take the new Soda 1 out for a spin. Our camera guys thought it would be cool to follow him and get some footage. All went well at first, Sam had some fun throwing the bike around the town of Zell am See and we got some cool shots. But then he decided to take a run down the bongo bongo and hang man trails in the Leogang bike park and things got ugly with the weather. The slopes were so slippery it was almost impossible to even stand, yet alone ride. But the guys decided to keep going, and we managed to film a few of Sam's runs. Check out this short edit showing want went on up there.
For 2013 NS is presenting a new bike based on the revised Soda frame. The complete setups that were offered up till now were definitely on the hardcore end of the scale, and this was not necessarily the best solution for everyone. The bike crosses categories and can play the role of a lightweight freerider or a heavy duty enduro bike. Tough, versatile and fun - these words would be best to describe the Soda Air. It will cover a lot of ground - big-air, bike parks, downhill or all-day climbing.
Full press release: http://nsbikes.com/ns-bikes-soda-air-first-look,317,pl.htm
Jared Graves has finally taken his first Enduro World Series (EWS) round against the impeccable Jerome Clementz after a full day of mountain bike racing in the SRAM Canadian Open Enduro, presented by Specialized. The legendary Anne Caroline Chausson also took her first EWS win of her career ahead of Tracey Moseley with an extraordinary performance that included severe mechanicals and serious effort. The stages used around the Whistler Valley and the Whistler Mountain Bike Park for today’s race have been regarded as some of the finest, most technical trails seen on the Enduro World Series yet and were a true test of athletic endurance and mountain bike skills.