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    Quote Originally Posted by rawfa
    Hey Mikko, do you know if this baby has matrix, knee, gamma, etc control?
    It has something called "Cinegamma and cinematone" if I remember correctly...


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    if this is released in the USA is there another show Sony might wait for?


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    Puff, if it's the same cinematone as on the Z1/FX1 it is not very good. I'm looking for the same image control as the A1/DVX/HVX/H1/etc...


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    Quote Originally Posted by rawfa
    Puff, if it's the same cinematone as on the Z1/FX1 it is not very good. I'm looking for the same image control as the A1/DVX/HVX/H1/etc...
    if they finally understood that people want real 25p they probably put cinegammas and more controls in the v1


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    I did not try any complicated settings, other than a set of gain tests. I'll post a report on those when I get home to Finland where I can handle Sony HDV properly.

    - Mikko ... kicks himself for forgetting the slo-mo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikkowilson
    I did not try any complicated settings, other than a set of gain tests. I'll post a report on those when I get home to Finland where I can handle Sony HDV properly.

    - Mikko ... kicks himself for forgetting the slo-mo.
    you did a great job! thanx!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mikkowilson
    - Mikko ... kicks himself for forgetting the slo-mo.
    Don't worry Mikko, you already did a great job! Thanks I believe this camera has more than gain settings...sure it has a good control of image considering it's a "professional" product as Sony declares.


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    Maybe it is just me, but the footage looked squished.


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    You guys should be playing these files using the latest version of DIVX because it looks a whole lot better than VLC.
    http://www.divx.com


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    The footage looks pretty good considering how funky Cineframe looked (though a recent project used Cineframe 24 and they fiddled with it in post and the outcome looked pretty snazzy). But I want to see what the US version will look like, I hope that people won't have to continue to use the "Z1-25p-to-24p"-method to get decent results.

    By the way, MovieSwede, I too felt that it looked a tad bit more on the video side than film but then again, to me, even Cinealta 24p looked strange compared to Panasonic's, Canon's, and JVC's 24p. COMPLETELY SUBJECTIVE OPINION, of course.
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