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    DVX1OO AG : visual and technical differences between F1 and F2 scene file

    I usually shoot with DVX100 AG in F2 "Flou" mode. By mistake one of the sequences of my last project was shot in F1 "classic" mode. I was wondering if some of you know the technical and visual differences between these two modes? This is for a grading in order to simulate the F2...

    Thank you very much!

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    "Fluo" stands for florescent and is meant to produce the best image under those kinds of lights.

    While the "classic" mode is something normal, a default standard look, if you will. Maybe even warm, but IDR.

    The numbers you punch in to create those looks can explain the technical differences - but at the end of the day it's just a visual perception of pixels and the main differences people will notice are huge swings in contrast, saturation and major color shifts (like going from a WB of 3200K to 5600K).

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