Panny E85 vs E95

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  1. stanleyntl

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    Excepting the larger hard drive on the E95, does the E95 have other features that the E85 doesn't?
    The What Video review of the E95 claimed its recording was near perfect - is it identical to broadcast quality or not?

    Many forum posts refer to 3hrs recording at full res - is this done through the FR mode, or do the standard record modes support 3hr at full res?
     
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    I have a 95,the recording quality is absolutely perfect with no loss at all in picture quality in xp and sp modes

    The 85 has no sd/pc card slots the 95 does

    steve
     
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    Just to build on what Steve has said the core differences between the E85 and E95 are:
    - iLink (for use with a digital camcorder)
    - SD/PC Card slot
    - JPEG viewer
    - LPCM recording in XP mode (ideal if you want to record classical music concerts)
    - 160GB (as opposed to 80GB) HDD

    The 3 hour full resolution issue applies equally to the E85/E95 and means that XP, SP and FR recordings under 3hrs in length will be full resolution. Whereas LP, EP and FR recordings over 3hrs will be half resolution.
     
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    Just to add, XP & SP recordings are always full resolution, assuming that the hybrid VBR parameter is set to 'fixed'.
     
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    Two questions if you don't mind;

    - does Panasonic DMR-E95H have " backup disc " mode.I mean if I record MY OWN DVD ( e.g. from DV Comcorder ) so can I make a copy of it ?

    - does Panasonic DMR-E95H have "navimark " mode which put the choosen frame as the picture of the chapter ?

    All over mentioned modes are avaiable in Pio 520.
     
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    Anybody ?
     
  7. jonjonjon

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    Doesn't the 95 have better build quality, such as a bigger and quieter FAN!
     
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    Not for DVD-Rs - unless you do a 'realtime dub' which is not the same as quality is lost because you are re-recording the output rather than copying the file.

    DVD-RAM does allow you to do this on the E85 or E95 though.


    Do you mean title, or chapter within a title? For the title then yes it does.
     
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    Yep, I meant title. Thanks for reply
    :hiya:

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