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    hpx500 x2 same settings
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    i have x2 HPX 500 i did shot from both camera with same setting/scene file/ iso/ zoom / light / wbalance / bbalance / lense and one has a noise ... whats the problem with the second part of video matrix dies ? or something other problem any one have an idea ?
    http://youtu.be/wcMDBRJGS7I watch in HQ please, at 0:06 is 2nd part
    Last edited by Bambare; 04-03-2012 at 02:25 AM.


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    no one knows or i was bad at explaining ? )


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    That really looks like scene setting differences. Did you manually check all the settings in the scenes to make sure nothing is different?

    Also, how long have you had the cameras? Have you noticed this in the past?

    I also have 2 500's, and as long as the settings are the same, the footage is pretty much identical.

    One more thing... are you using the same lens on both cameras?


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    i have both camera more then 1 year and i know the menu on 100 % trust me ... and i have 1 lense, camera mising green and blue color i see


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    Did you black balance?
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    yes i always bbalance before start recording


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