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    What are the menu settings for the flattest response? The maximum dynamic range?


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    Senior Member MDKfilms's Avatar
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    Hey Taylor,
    i know this is an old thread and you most likely have already found what you are looking for but, here is a link that will get you to some scene files that have different dynamic ranges.
    cheers.


    http://www.panasonic.com/business/pr...nd-updates.asp

    http://business.panasonic.com/produc...eo-scenefiles#
    a more direct link.
    cheers.
    Last edited by MDKfilms; 06-25-2016 at 09:33 AM. Reason: Updated link.


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    the dynamic range on the hvx200 is about 9 or 10 stops if you are lucky. i never was able to get more then that out of the HVXs i owned. if you really try to push it, you will introduce a lot of unneeded video noise
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    Use the CINE-D gamma, that's the flattest gamma curve.


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