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    Senior Member Lumiere's Avatar
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    Are these files also for PAL regions?


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    You could use them but you will have to edit the header within the file to look like what your camera would write there. So save a scene file on your camera and look at it. Copy and paste the text identifier at the top of the file to the top of these, should work.

    Oh and I went back and fixed my link.



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    yes it works for PAL. first the settings manual values are written behind the hex files so you could hack them in by hand, second you can do as Jan says and just copy the data BELOW your camera identification number or below <F1>.
    I am now compiling a set where I have the first of each files inside a new file and can have 12 different setings in 2 text files. since each of the downloadable files changes framerate and keeps the other settings, I can really try out 12 settings before deciding which ones to use.
    This settings download page is GREAT !!!


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    Thanks Jan.
    I would like to know which scene file do I have to select in order to get the maximum cinelook?

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    So, I'm trying to figure out possible uses for the scene files..... i take it that the DIGINEG is probably the one that will allow best and the most accurate color reproduction? So, I'd probably use this one in an Interview setting, correct?

    The NATURAL is the one I'd use to capture beautiful landscape shots, correct?

    I have a question regarding the NATURAL scene file.... If I used this combined with a Polarizing filter..... would the blues/greens be too saturated?


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    I was able to download all but one file. The SHUTEFX link kept taking me to a blank page. Not sure why. The rest worked fine.

    Thanks for the files.


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    Will the 170 files work with the HMC150 as they share the same chipset etc or is it a case of waiting for a specific set?


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    Yes it works in 50 Hz. Thank you . Colin.


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    Will the 170 files work with the HMC150 as they share the same chipset etc or is it a case of waiting for a specific set?
    No they are not directly interchangeable. With some patience and work you can adapt 170 files into 150 files.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green View Post
    No they are not directly interchangeable. With some patience and work you can adapt 170 files into 150 files.
    Many thanks. I'll get the soldering iron out.


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