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#1 andrewbuchanan

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Posted 13 December 2005 - 11:11 AM

After a conversation with a friend, I keep wondering, wouldn't B&W work well for HDV? If you were just using the 4 out of the 4:2:0 compression, wouldn't it stand up well? I'm curious how it would stack up against more professional cameras, perhaps fewer stops of usable exposure? Hope I not rehashing an old topic, but this sounds like a good use for the format to me.
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