AVCHD Format

Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
What is the difference between AVCHD 16M, AVCHD 9M and AVCHD 5M ? Can I really identify the difference visually ?

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    AVC HD 16M - Highest quality mode. Movies are recorded with AVCHD 1920 x 1080/60i format.

    AVC HD 9M - High quality mode.  Movies are recorded with AVCHD 1440 x 1080/60i format.

    AVC HD 7M - Standard quality mode.

    AVC HD 5M - Long Play mode.

    Recording time is high in 5M.

    Recording time is less for 16 M.

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