The Canon XL H1 in Testof slashCAM - 16 Jan 2006 13:18:00 > With the Canon XL H1 dares the first steps in the HDV range. We were able to extensively test the camera for a few days. full article
Antwort von Marco:
Interesting article. A statement in it irritates me, however:
Over two Cinelook curves can even closer to the recording synonymous s.den contrast of course to bring film. This is achieved the camera very well, but can this "look" is also producing well in the post production. This one does not have to be determined already in the rotation.
I think it makes a huge difference between a contrast curve will be processed even within the internal signal flow of the camera, where the signal even with 12 or 14 bits per channel exists or whether the later place in the Schnitt-/Postprosoftware after the signal already on an 8-bit MPEG-2 signal was reduced. It was the opportunity to influence the contrast curve as early as 12-/14-Bit condition, makes it possible to find an optimal adaptation of it s.The later only 8-bits.
It is in this manner subsequently no longer possible. It is therefore very valuable, especially if a film-like look to be generated, if not only in the post with the 8-bit signal needs to be done, but if it can be done even within the same Kameraprozessings if the interference is not synonymous across "without" is. This is one of the features for a long time really only expensive, was reserved for professional cameras.
Antwort von Bruno Peter:
I am interested in views, in which the distance of each other carriers included in HD2 objects to each other and what are the point of focus has been set. Also interested with the illuminance (lux), the aperture and the shutter speed. In what aperture range to get the best picture quality?
Danke schon mal for an answer.
Antwort von 25f:
it confuses me because now, but a little. Have even been seen numerous pictures in progressive mode, but none have found the slightest jerk. The pictures just looked only eerstklassig.