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#1 Brian Siano

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Posted 08 November 2010 - 12:43 PM

For a number of projects, I'm working with a prosumer hi-def camcorder (the Panasonic TM700). I understand that this isn't technology at the same level as most of the discussions here, but I'd like to squeeze as much quality and versatility out of it as I can. (Lately, I've been doing a _lot_ of experimentation with the thing.)

Of course, I have all kinds of questions, but they're somewhere between Basic How-To questions and questions about advanced techniques. (Such as, How much leeway do I have in adjusting color balances in post? Are there ways of gaming the auto-white-balance for certain effects? That sort of thing.) The kind of questions where I understand the basics, but I could use advice from people who understand the more advanced and detailed stuff.

So, could someone recommend a good _reference book_ for digital cinematography?
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