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Why gain is bad for your dynamic range.
One way to reduce the noise in a video camera image is to reduce the cameras gain. One way to increase the brightness of the image is to add gain. We all know that increasing the gain to lets say … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged camera, dynamic, exposure, gain, ISO, range 4 Comments
What’s the difference between Latitude and Dynamic Range?
These two words, latitude and dynamic range are often confused and are often used interchangeably. Sometimes they can be the same thing (although rare), sometimes they may be completely different. So what is the difference and why do you have … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged dynamic, exposure, gamma, latitude, log, range 2 Comments
S-Log, Latitude, Dynamic Range and EI S-log. Or how to modify your exposure range with EI S-Log
The big issue most people have when working with log and exposing mid grey at 38 is that when you look at it on a standard monitor without any lookup tables it looks underexposed. The assumption therefore is that it … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged dynamic, EI, exposure, gamma, latitude, range, S-Log, technique 11 Comments
Why using negative gain can be bad, unless you have an F3.
One way to reduce the noise in a video camera image is to reduce the cameras gain. We all know that increasing the gain to lets say +6db will increase noise and generally the reverse holds true when you reduce … Continue reading