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Charles Son

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  • Birthday 05/01/1984

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  1. I've been using the Cine D for awhile now on the HPX500 (the HVX's big brother) and it works out very nicely. You've got to change around some of the other settings, especially the pedestal. It's almost like getting a flat pass at a telecine, giving you control of contrast in post. All you do is crush the blacks in post as much as you want. The Cine D setting is most useful, for me, when I want to grab more information in the blacks and lower midtones while still keeping the highlights decently exposed. In effect, it increases the poor dynamic range of video. Check out "hunter's settings" for the 500 here: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=119457 Unfortunately, the HVX200 is much noisier in the blacks than the HPX500...
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