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#1 Mario van Zijst

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 09:31 AM

Does anybody knows if there is an goodman's gide for the 900 in the PAL version?????

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#2 Pino Brambilla

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Posted 16 August 2006 - 05:14 AM

Does anybody knows if there is an goodman's gide for the 900 in the PAL version?????

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Yes, I had one from my dealer when I purchased my SDX900E. I trust the Guide is the same for NTSC and PAL, the only difference is the mini CD disk attached to the book, which contains PAL scene files.

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#3 Sacha Seibert

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Posted 18 August 2006 - 04:41 AM

Yes, I had one from my dealer when I purchased my SDX900E. I trust the Guide is the same for NTSC and PAL, the only difference is the mini CD disk attached to the book, which contains PAL scene files.

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Hi Pino, do you still have this PAL-Scene-Files?
I would be very interested. Maybe you can attache some in a post...
Thanks for your answer.
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#4 Pino Brambilla

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Posted 19 August 2006 - 06:06 AM

Hi Sacha, I'll try to send you the PAL set-up files folder. If you have problems, send me an e-mail directly to my address: pino@audiovisualstudio.it. The numbers in the text files are exadecimal values, but it is easy to convert them in decimal values to manually set the camera's menu.
I found the values for H and V detail too low, the images appear very flou with that values ( 3 and 2 respectively). I don't use a HD lens, but a broadcast Angenieux one.
I normally set them to 10 and 8. or 14 and 10. The factory values by Panasonic for the sdx900e are too high, and the contours are too much enanced. I would like to know if somebody has experienced a good detail set-up for PAL video, to use in conjunction with a good video brosdcast lens, but not HD quality.
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