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    Do you use the DRS? If yes, when? If yes, did you assign it to the User Button?
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    I looked it up, and tried it on didn't see anything. So I would be interested to see when and what it should really be used for


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    What is DSR ?


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    With DRS on the scene looks more crispy. I use it for landscapes and on a scenery with low contrast...


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    Dynamic Range Stretch adjusts the sensor's Knee setting. You should certainly use it for bright outdoor scenes where you need detail in both the sky and in the shadows. I believe the DRS function is designed for this purpose, though at the cost of additional sensor noise; however, I find DVX200's noise patterns quite pleasing. If you intend to use DRS quite a lot, I suggest you assign it a user switch.
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    Why not shoot Vlog instead?


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    Quote Originally Posted by diegocervo View Post
    Why not shoot Vlog instead?
    DRS is probably intended as a quick fix for a backlit subject when recording to any of the video scenes for quick turnaround. In those cases, you simply need the footage to work without post processing...such as news gathering. You can't shoot ENG in vlog. But, if you have an interview subject against a sky and it's being blown out in favor of a proper exposure on your interview subject then activating the DRS effect will act like a graded vlog. Obviously, you can't use DRS in vlog-L, but with DRS you can get a graded vlog look in broadcast legal footage ready to air.
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