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« on: November 07, 2016, 08:00 »
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Hello,
I own a GH4 camera for my works,
usually i set the camera on natural or cinelike D but for some stock footage which picture setting do you suggest? ( I prefer to have the best setup in camera and do less postproduction).
Thank you so much.
Regards,
Manuel


« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2016, 09:50 »
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Manuel, 
I use the GH4 quite a bit on a wing strut of a 172. Like you I want good results but without spending large amounts of time in post. After trying a many of the settings I've settled on the Standard. It still requires some boost in contrast and color saturation but not so much that it takes up a lot of time. My camera is always in manual mode.
Peter

« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2016, 10:05 »
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Manuel, 
I use the GH4 quite a bit on a wing strut of a 172. Like you I want good results but without spending large amounts of time in post. After trying a many of the settings I've settled on the Standard. It still requires some boost in contrast and color saturation but not so much that it takes up a lot of time. My camera is always in manual mode.
Peter
Thank You Peter

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« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2016, 17:56 »
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Hey Manuel, I would recommend Cinelike D.  That's what I used before spending the $100 for the Vlog L upgrade.  Cinelike D is flatter than Standard and might require a few seconds more in post but will get better results.  To get the best out of the camera pay the $100 to use Vlog L which will give you 2 extra stops of dynamic range (but will require more time in post).  Hope this helps!

« Reply #4 on: November 08, 2016, 15:25 »
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Hey Manuel, I would recommend Cinelike D.  That's what I used before spending the $100 for the Vlog L upgrade.  Cinelike D is flatter than Standard and might require a few seconds more in post but will get better results.  To get the best out of the camera pay the $100 to use Vlog L which will give you 2 extra stops of dynamic range (but will require more time in post).  Hope this helps!
Thank you Tyson, have a nice day.
Manuel


 

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