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#1 Raymond O'Neil

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Posted 30 August 2006 - 03:53 PM

Hi, could someone breakdown the best settings to use on HD100U to make color correction/grading specialist more latitude when handling the footage? In other words, are there any general settings (blacks stretch/normal/crash, master blacks, gammas, etc) that would give allow HD100 to retain most information on tape so it could be better manipulate in post? I know its always the best to keep the DB to 0 :)

1. Right now I am shooting black&white, but could also shoot color in the future

2. I don't know whether its going to be film-to-DVD or film-out

Thank you.
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