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An ideal 12bit sensor has a theoretical maximum of 12stops of dynamic range.
Some imaging basics: Light hitting the sensor and the sensor's response to that light, is effectively linear (not the incorrect use of linear to describe video gamma that still seems.
As a result, most cameras map their sensor's 12, 14, 16bit linear image, to an 8, 10 or 12bit output with a log or gamma curve, exploiting that we humans.
DX - use debayer type 1-softest thru 4-sharpest (default auto) -fX - the framerate override for avi mov media.
If we remained in linear, converting to 8bit from 12bit would truncate the bottom 4 stops of shadows detail, we will notice that.
Gamma geek speak for calibrating cameras to make the default image look good on your TV.
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What I found with my own testing: The "24p" is exactly 24p - not 23.
The tool is very fast as no demosaic is required to produce CineForm raw files.
Smaller pixels often result in reduced dynamic range, yet so much has changed in so few years.
I was going to add batch conversion, but I thought I should get some feedback first.
Notice the increased dynamic range and reduced artifacting in the Protune update.
Raw (using current paths) raw2gpcf V: Conversions E: M.
Before the firmware update you will notice there is the typical low-light artifacting present in smooth transitions and subtle tones, plus the overall dynamic range has increased substantially after the.
Look at the wall and the shadows in the raw footage beforeafter comparison below.