This "visible lines" difference - is it and actual resolution difference?
Because that difference you cited sounds huge (in favor of the PAL)
And that site of adapters compatibility seems strange, they say in the text that only one (and another one that some added) are working but the list is pretty long.
But anyway, even though I thought that it simply converts it into a USB port/signal/I don't know what and that all of them should work, but if there are incompatibillities then I might rather just get the official one.
But does it mean that if I'll get an unofficial component cables they might not be compatible or that A/V cables are something different?
And about the last comment - I don't really know about all those frequencies differences, but my TV displays it (today almost every TV is both PAL and NTSC). So should the prograssive scan get rid of it?
*And something about the stroage. Wikipedia says that it has about 0.5GB of internal storage.
Then why when I'm trying to save it won't let me?