12-07-2006, 12:16 AM
I was wondering if anyone could explain the difference between Video C, Cine F and Cine V? These presets are some of the ones that already come with the A1.
12-07-2006, 04:52 PM
Hi Rafa. Below is what the manual says. The main difference I can see is in the gamma/knee and color curves. However, I am not sure what effect the color matrix settings are creating, so these could be significant too.
Anyway, it would seem that if you want a film look on a TV you should try CINE.V.
VIDEO.C For playback on a consumer-level monitor.
[BLK] = [PRESS], [PED] = -2, [SET] = -2
CINE.V For playback on a monitor TV with a film-like feel.
[GAM] = [CINE1], [KNE] = [LOW], [BLK] = [STRETCH], [SHP] = -4,
[CMX] = [CINE1], [CGN] = -20, [CPH] = 5, [RBM] = -5, [GRM] = -5
[GBM] = -5, [BRM] = 5, [RGM] = 12
CINE.F For video transfer to film.
[GAM] = [CINE2], [KNE] = [LOW], [BLK] = [STRETCH], [SHP] = 6,
[CMX] = [CINE2], [RGN] = -8
12-07-2006, 08:44 PM
This was on the canon website for the H1. It is pretty good....