times I wanted to question where the differences between a DSLR camera and camcorder are what the setting is concerned? Looks like it when noise from a camcorder as you can because the best relationships achieve what must happen so that the best has vorraussetztung
There are indeed in a DSLR Camera 3 factors
1. ISO 2. Lichstärke 3. Shutter speed
There are these 3 factors synonymous with a camcorder?
To create a good image quality is set out s.with lower ISO number and low shutter speed, if s.besten much light is present the best possible flash or bright sun
(I have since 2006, the 350D DSLR camera and I've vorkurzen a Canon 5D increased so I would just like to say that I am with the photography bit familiar now, but not professionally aufjedenfall more than basics)
many thanks for the reply in advance
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Iso's in the video actually not the case. As one hears s.and to the term "gain" but not really with the ISO values of "negatives" can compare.
Light is synonymous with the shooting of one of the main points.
Well Film - s.die is usually 25 frames per second bound, so the "almost" ideal exposure value of 1 / 50. (Of course, synonymous 15 fps or 3000's)
In the Wiki, or look at here: formats of film, Equitment and techniques of editing, writing kucken / search.
MfG B. DeKid
Antwort von Alan Smithee:
Yes, the 3 factors are synonymous with the camcorder because the physics of image generation is the same. :-)
ISO number to: The video does not speak of the sensitivity, but of the gain (gain). With a higher ISO setting of your DSLR, nothing else, when the sensor signal before the A / D conversion to be strengthened.
Because the other requirements for video (25 or 30 frames / s or 50 or 60 fields / s), the exposure control unlike photography handled. Thus the useful range of shutter speeds and therefore smaller, the exposure control and more about Aperture Graufilter instead.
Antwort von Alan Smithee:
Oops, B. DeKid was faster.
Antwort von tommyb:
1. ISO Yes, called "reinforcement" or gain in dB and is specified. At 0dB it has a more or less noise-free picture, p.6 roars to 9dB Picture what the car does not become a bad picture leads (analogue SLR cameras have so synonymous grain).
Gain does nothing other than synonymous to the ISO value. The Picture in the device is increased. Simplistically put, Heller made (black is more of a dark gray).
2. Lichsstärke Called (synonymous s.deiner SLR) "Aperture" and is in most Consumercamcordern a task for the automatic. The camcorder s.denen the Aperture can catch yourself somewhere s.500, - to.
3. Shutter speed Called shutter and video in general is ALWAYS 1 / 50 if it begins with 50 frames. With less - about 25fps - the shutter speed can be synonymous to 1 / 25 down (longer exposure - just like your DSLR).
Hold times we stated:
Aperture: adjusts the brightness of the image Shutter: 1 / 50 this value is always Gain: 0dB always possible
With Aperture you only changing the brightness of the image. This is synonymous as far as possible the only way to correct the exposure you should use.
Some prof. Cameras have a synonymous sg ND filter. This will be a kind of sunglasses before the internal CCD is held. Thus you can synonymous with outdoor open Aperture with less depth of turn.
If your camera has no ND filter, you can do with the shutter the Picture 'darker' do. You Verringerst the exposure time (eg, 1/500s), the auto darker Picture - regardless of the aperture. Of course, synonymous increases the sharpness of motion, which is more or less is desired.
Is it too dark, then the aperture as wide as possible. Since the Belichtzungszeit (shutter) is always 1 / 50 should be, you can do with the no longer make much (otherwise your DSLR), otherwise the jerky picture. Here you can synonymous but the gain switch.
Many cameras auto regulate the gain. This can cause the picture only from a big soup there. In general, however, values up to max. 9dB empfehlenswert / tolerable.
Here, however, is: eh, the big picture is crap, rather light up (so do not synonymous with the Flash s.der DSLR).
Antwort von maSuL:
They were very helpful and detailed information I would like to thank you for the effort and time