Tutorials here: dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=175852
*4 conversion methods using Cinema Tools, Compressor, and FCP.
* GH1 shoe mounted to the top of an HPX 170 for a similar frame.
* Shot cars crossing the frame since they move at a fairly similar rate and any cadence jumps, stuttering should be apparent.
* All 20-faux p referenced against HPX 170's 1080 24p
Applying different settings in Final Cut. Studying the effects of shooting in different shutter speeds. Audio edited from Soundtrack Pro. Still no color corrections, just applying different custom white balance in camera. Totally ignoring allowable broadcast level thus some superwhite skin tones! Yikes!
Shot in 1440CBR and imported into FCP as HDV 1080i60. Quality is little less sharp with colors and definitition compared to 1960x1080 shoots when re-compressed to 720p. Especially around text fonts.
The more I mess around with formats available on this cam, the more I'm starting to like its versatility. Mpg2, HDV or DV all simply by choosing different format pre shoot.
Two minute spot for Budovideos that myself(Brian Hanson) and Chris Bodily cooked up. I believe this spot aired on local television(in Huntington Beach area) a few months back.
shot on Panasonic hvx200
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I recently took my HV20 and the GT35pro 35mm lens adapter out to a RED camera test that we were shooting. I wandered around with it grabbing shots here and there, some of the RED camera, some of the scenes it was shooting. I intercut the RED footage and the GT35pro footage in this piece and tried to match the colors and tone. The RED footage obviously has the letterboxing but overall I think both cameras look pretty good.
Read the full post on this test at my post on Pro Video Coalition: http://tinyurl.com/GT35meetsRED.