Night Life Situation XH A1 A fairly good LED lamp (Comer 1800)
I'm wondering now how to turn s.besten to get the best results. You have to remember that it will hold a kind of documentary, and not everything can be repeated (not much time to tweak s.der Cam)!
Withebalance: Auto Auto Gain: Off
Gain: +6 dB Shutter: 1 / 120 Iris: Auto
Gain: +0 dB Shutter: 1 / 50 Iris: Auto
Gain: +0 dB Shutter: 1 / 50 Iris: Manual
Or should I rather use the Aperture manual or set to Auto-containing (TV mode). In TV mode, I have all the rings only Shutterschritte (25/50/120...usw.) Are available.
My best idea was previously put it, the shutter 120 so that I get sharp images (synonymous suitable for stabilization) and the Aperture set to Auto as containing the brightest area will usually be the objects in the foreground anyway because of the head light.
Night Life> not necessarily low light, you've got the Como
AWB is good for the XH-A1. If in doubt, but manual white balance.
AGC OFF forever.
The score 1-3: Gain real only in an emergency if the lamp is not sufficient to 6db. Shutter speed as possible but still hold at 1 / 50. In low light you may just do not shorten the shutter speed, but at most extend. But it is synonymous with 1 / 25 Final synonymous and this value only when there is little movement in the game.
Aperture minimize at f4.0. As I said, you have the light.
Completely manual handling would be preferred, but the automatics are some very good indeed synonymous. This means that TV mode you can choose to work, where appropriate, then with EXP.LOCK.
Be careful when zooming with the XH-A1 in the automatic modes and TV. The camera then produces jumps in brightness. In the AV and Manual modes does not happen. Similarly, if activated in the automatic modes and TV EXP.LOCK is.