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In this way, progressive images can be handled in the conventional HDV editing environment. CinemaTone Gamma and CinemaTone Color Users seeking extra control over image expression can use Cinematone Gamma to deepen the color and Cinematone Color to recreate film-like color tones. Cinematone Gamma allows operators to quickly set up and load a gamma curve with similar contrast characteristics to a film gamma curve.

The 3 independent CMOS sensors each handle one of the color elements? Sensor resolution has been optimized and the photosensitive surface area has been maximized thanks to the unique grid arrangement of the photo diode sensors, in which each is rotated by 45 degrees. It handles video data in x p and color space for high-quality signal processing before recording it to tape in the HDV format2. G Lens: Designed for shooting situations ranging from broad landscape shots to conditions where sufficient distance from the subject is difficult to obtain.

The 20x optical zoom The digital extender increases zoom by 1. Superior low-light 1. This allows you to capture sharp detail and brilliant colors even in less than perfect lighting, especially when professional lighting cannot be used.

In strong, glaring sunlight these filters give users more flexibility in choosing the shutter speed and aperture for superior creative control. The IRIS ring allows you to adjust the aperture to attain optimal brightness and express beautiful depth of field shots, highlighting a subject while blurring a foreground or background. Exposure can also be assigned to the IRIS ring enabling the camera to automatically select the optimal iris, gain or shutter speed, seamlessly enabling adjustment of exposure.

Optical SteadyShot image stabilization The Optical SteadyShot Image Stabilization System from Sony reduces blur caused by camera shake and vibration, so your images stay crisp and clear. This optical stabilization system achieves an even higher level of smoothness without the image degradation that can occur with some digital stabilization systems. This sequence allows HDV material to be reverted to its original 24p form, as captured by the camera, using a compatible nonlinear editor2.

Similarly, a 30p signal is recorded as a 60i signal by dividing each frame into two fields. This approach allows 24p and 30p progressive footage to be played back or fed to an editing suite seamlessly.

Minus Auto Gain Control Minus AGC When shooting in overly bright conditions, this feature enables the selection of gain settings in the negative range for satisfying results with minimal noise. Assign Buttons This feature allows you to assign features you use often to shortcut buttons. The commonly used features can be used quickly without going through a menu selection default: Zebra, AE Shift, and Record Review.

The zoom lever enables easy zooming even when shooting from a low angle. Picture Profile up to 6 Allows the user to set manual adjustments for a scene color, sharpness, white balance, etc into any one of 6 customizable presets, so they can be called up at just the touch of a button. This is useful when shooting under the same conditions repeatedly, as options do not have to be re-set each time. Shot Transition The Shot Transition function allows for smooth automatic scene transitions.

After an operator has programmed a shot? This is very useful when complex camera settings are required during the scene transition? Color Technology x. Color technology can capture or display nearly twice as many 1. This provides a more accurate and vivid color range, for a more natural, lifelike overall experience.

Zebra display While you are shooting, you can add a striped pattern to bright areas of the video image, and display it in the LCD and viewfinder. You can use this as a rough guide for adjusting brightness, helping to prevent blocked highlights. This gives you an objective determination of whether the video image as a whole is bright or dim. This makes it a handy guideline for brightness adjustment. You can change the peaking colour to white, red, or yellow according to the color of the subject, and you can also set the peaking level to high, medium, or low.

This feature is handy when shooting with manual focus, because it makes it easy to tell where the focus is currently. Users can also display a Guide-frame grid on the screen that simplifies the vertical and horizontal alignment of shots. Color Bar Four types of Color Bars are available for use. These are convenient for color adjustment when playing back images on a TV or monitor.

Fader To enhance viewing enjoyment, users can create transitions between scenes by using the White fader or Black fader to fade images in and out.


Sony Handycam HDR-FX1000E Review

Sony is somewhat different to other camcorder manufacturers. The FXE just has a single stereo minijack input, making connecting multiple audio sources more difficult. However, unlike previous FX models there is still a progressive shooting mode available, so you have 50i and 25p HDV options as well as DV. The HDV modes are still recorded in i format so will both be entirely compatible with editing software. They still only have 1.


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