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I've been messing around with the Panasonic HMC150 I got not long ago and was curious which setting(s) in the scene file menu will brighten the footage the most? I can't remember who it is, but I used the person who filmed "_you should close the door_"'s Scene file (pictured below) and it looks really good for day time footage, but I've seen better night time footage produced by the Panasonic camcorders. If you have any suggestions they would be greatly appreciated!
Hello kids, I noticed how a lot of the threads on Scene Files on the Panasonic cameras are directed towards the HPX170, HVX200 or the HMC150 or the HMC40, but I didn't notice anything on DVX Scene Files, so I though I'd put mine here. But please note, these are my Scene Files, and these work for me, I suggest that you play around with it till you find the perfect Scene File for you, so, here we go. I have 3 Scene Files set to Regular 1: 60i 2: 30p 3 :24p and the Scene Files for those are Detail Level = +2 V Detail Level = 0 Detail Coring = +3 Chroma Level = +3 Chroma Phase = 0 Color Temp = 0 Master Ped = -4 A. Iris Level = 0 Gama = B.Press Knee = Auto Matrix = Cinelike Skin Tone DTL = Off V Detail Freq = Thin and now, I'll list the other 3, which I use for artsy shots and B-Roll Detail Level = +7 V Detail Level = 0 Detail Coring = 0 Chroma Level = +3 Chroma Phase = +7 Color Temp = 0 Master Ped = -13 A. Iris Level = +4 Gama = Cinelike V Knee = Auto Matrix = Cinelike Skin Tone DTL = Off V Detail Freq = Thick I hope this helps any of you starting out with the DVX, it's one of the best SD cameras out there and the best thing I've ever bought!