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Interlace Scan (IS) mode and the Progressive Scan (PS)

What is the difference between the Interlace Scan (IS) mode and the Progressive Scan (PS)

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The Interlace Scan (IS) mode the camera uses a mechanical shutter with shutter speeds up to 1/640th second. It also uses the maximum resolution that is possible with the CCD (5.0 MP). In the Progressive Scan (PS) mode the camera operates with the electronic shutter with shutter speeds up to 1/4000th second and a 1/18000 second shutter speed (1/18000 in Shutter or Manual Priority modes only). In this mode the resolution is reduced in half (2.5 MP).

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* From the user manual (pages 50-51 of the pdf document):

About progressive scan video
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scan video effectively doubles the scanning
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http://www.retrevo.com/support/Pioneer-DV-363-K-DVD-Players-manual/id/385bh937/t/2/

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