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David Stern

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  1. Hi. I have a Panasonic AC-130. We shooting an interior night scene (with lights) and the blacks (and dark areas) are noisy as hell. How can I get the blacks to be black? Thanks.
  2. I have a Panasonic AC-130 camera. We're shooting an interior night scene (with lighting) but the dark areas and blacks are really noisy. Why is that? How can I get the blacks to be black? Thanks!
  3. I'm shooting in a giant warehouse trying to create an expressionist in the abyss type of look with a hard shaft of light coming from above and slightly to the side. In a test, I had a hazer going, with a 650 on my subject. With my eye it looked great, but the camera couldn't see the haze until I opened the iris way up until my subject was over exposed. Any thoughts on how to make this work would be appreciated. Thanks.
  4. It is my understanding that using a dimmer on a light will change the color temperature of that light. Yes? If so, using a dimmer to lower the amount of light will not work. Better to move the light back, use an ND gel, or a net. Any thoughts (or do I have this wrong)? Thanks.
  5. Hello. I don't know where else to post this so here it is - Does anyone know what the settings should be in FrameForge Studio 2 to match to the Panasonic DVX 100 camera (either 4:3 or 16:9)? I thought was: Frame Size: Video (Pro) Aperture Name: 1/3" CCD Any other information on how to calibrate the software with the camera would be very helpful. Thanks!!!!
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