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07-02-2012 03:06 AM
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Last edited by pedrobd; 07-02-2012 at 04:14 AM.
07-02-2012 06:03 AM
looks like aliasing to me, but Barry Green would be the guy to ask. He's a vast wealth of knowledge when it comes to cameras and their issues. What preset did you use, and does it show up like that if you play it back directly from cam to monitor. My guess is that the codec is breaking up. but again, only guessing. Here's what I would do to test it though. If you can re produce the same shot, try it with different presets, change the sharpening, and horizontal vertical detail, see if there's anything you can do in cam to make it stop. But before that try looking at the image before you bring it in to your editor.
The xha1 uses ccd's and not a cmos chip, Im guesswing it can and will be able to present aliasing due to the resolution and codec. but double check, im brainstorming just to try to help, but not 100% sure.
07-02-2012 06:58 PM
Yes it does look like aliasing, and it seems it appears only on the tap and not on the sink.
And I'd ask the same questions plus, do you see that problem on any other shots?
Was the A1 on a tripod, was it being panned, did you have the image stabiliser on?
And what preset was used? Can you set the A1 up in the same place and reproduce it?
Cheers.35yrs with our own a/v production company and studios.