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Marc Colemont
December 23rd, 2005, 02:35 PM
I calibrated my HD100 in a scene-file just in case I need to do a job in combination with my second camera, the PD150. To avoid color correction in NLE between the cameras. For those who are interested here are my settings. Give it a try and let me know if you have different results.

PD-150 match mode:
- Cinelike OFF
- Color Matrix STANDARD
R Gain MIN
(the rest leave it at NORMAL)
- Gamma STANDARD
Level 3
- Color Gain 6
- Knee MANUAL
Level 85%

Settings work when using the default 3200 and 5600 white balance settings on both camera's.
The manual white balance of the PD150 has a slight reddish offset compared with the HD-100.
On the Custom Preset settings of the PD-150 I set the WB shift and Color Level at different settings to match the colors as good as possible with the HD100 between the 3200 and 5600 White Balance.

WB 3200 on PD-150
Custom Preset
- Color LVL = 0
- WB Shift = -1

WB 5600 on PD150:
Custom Preset
Color LVL +1
WB Shift 0

Manny Rodriguez
December 23rd, 2005, 11:59 PM
thanks dude it should come in handy...

manny

Diogo Athouguia
December 24th, 2005, 08:39 AM
Are your cameras PAL or NTSC. I also have both cameras, that can be usefull.

Marc Colemont
December 26th, 2005, 01:40 AM
They are both PAL. But I doubt this would give a difference on the NTSC models.