06-28-2012 02:14 PM
In my experience with Panasonic cameras, detail often results in edge fringing. I have always turned the detail to negative numbers to soften the transition between edges, like a person's arm to the wall behind. Too much detail and the edge of the arm will get lines outlining the shape. Less fringing looks more natural but is at the cost of detail.
Originally Posted by nedcam
06-29-2012 08:10 AM
That's true. I was on set with an F3 yesterday. That's a great camera but, just to state the obvious, which I know you've cautioned more than a few times Barry, it's three times the price of an AF100.
Originally Posted by Barry_Green
06-29-2012 05:06 PM
Alot of people on this board like minus detail. You need to experiment for yourself to see if you like higher detail settings.