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Old October 15th, 2008, 07:11 PM   #136
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do these files work with the HD110?
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Old November 28th, 2008, 10:25 PM   #137
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Just ordered a new gy-hd110u, and wanted to second that question... Will these work on the 110 too? I'm assuming you still use them the same way...

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Old December 4th, 2008, 04:10 PM   #138
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Yes. As far as I know all the HD100 scene files should load just fine in the HD110.
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Old December 5th, 2008, 10:57 PM   #139
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I tried clicking on the zipped .scn file for the any scenario recipe, and I didn't have permission... Tried the recipe, it 404'd... Went to the discussion and clicked the link there, that worked... So, thought someone might want to fix that. Just thought I should let someone know :)
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Old December 29th, 2008, 09:36 AM   #140
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Aerial Photography in 1 day and Scene files

[I apologize if anyone has already posted this question]
So, in 1 day I will be taking a short (40 mins) cross country flight and back again to ‘home base.’ Since my recent purchase of the JVC HD100 I sleep with it and it doesn’t go anywhere without me…seriously…

We will be about 7 small planes (all prop) in a loose formation flying to and from our destination.

Does anyone have any tips, suggestions and or settings for shooting aerial?
Anyone have some scene files that I could load and go with?
Frame rate suggestions?

Thank you in advance!
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Old December 30th, 2008, 02:29 AM   #141
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When I was shooting with the HD100 on a 4 seater prop, and I had no stabilizer of any sort except cushions that i prop against an open window I used 60p SD which i uprezzed later in post.
I got away with it since it composed only a few seconds in the total production.
Scene file was Paolo's TC3.
If you can get away with it too, or when your final delivery is DVD or SD then I suggest this over 30P as you can use "longer" stable shots in butter vibrations and bumps when you slow down your overcranked footage.

When I got the HD200, I used 720 60P for another aerial project again without special stabilizing equipment on a four seater prop.
Scene file was Tim Dashwood's superwide but slightly modified.

60P allows you to maximize the portions that are stable when in post.


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Old June 3rd, 2009, 09:35 AM   #142
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As a newbie, very much thank you for this kind of posts.

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Old August 7th, 2009, 06:43 AM   #143
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I have so been looking for a thread like this. Excellent. Thanks all who spent the time on this.
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Old January 9th, 2010, 10:45 PM   #144
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Exposing for Highlights and black stretching for shadows.

Detail: Min to -5
Color Matrix & Gama: Normal. (I can and often do lower the saturation in post by 25 in FCP)

Exposing for the Highlights on faces and black stretching for the shadows...

In comparison to automatic exposure. Meaning if the camera thinks the scene calls for f4 but I think f5.6 is needed for taming the highlights on a subjects face, I'll then do a Black Stretch of 2, assuming I don't have a reflector and assitant to do it without the digital blackstretch.

Close down 1/3 = 1 Black Stretch
Close down 2/3 to 1 Full stop then 2 Black Stretch.


Im reverting to something a little more simpler these days.... Mostly because i'm not happy with the CineGama setting that I thought I used to like... I've never liked the low end of CineGama where the blacks fall off too quickly. That to me was what video always looked like, not film. Film to me was always less contrasty, especially with movie film. I'm still using my JVC HD110 and Fujinon 16x lens.. though my Nikon E' 100 lens is quite nice by comparison, but obviously only for longer non zoomable shots.
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Old March 21st, 2011, 11:34 AM   #145
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Re: HD100 Series Scene File Recipes & Downloadable .SCN files

A lot of the links for the SCN files are no longer working.

Does anyone have a link to a bunch of them zipped?
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Old March 21st, 2011, 07:42 PM   #146
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Re: HD100 Series Scene File Recipes & Downloadable .SCN files

This thread was started WAAAAAAY before DV Info Net had an attachment system and it looks like Apple has finally broken the links to my public iDisk (even though the files are still there.)

I have uploaded the files as attachments and updated the links in the original post.

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Old March 21st, 2011, 10:03 PM   #147
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Re: HD100 Series Scene File Recipes & Downloadable .SCN files

Way cool Tim, Thanks for the "re-post"!
I still work with an HD110U but had my Porta Brace bag stolen in Albuquerque, New Mexico...I fortunately had the camera in my hands at that moment....
The bag had all my Scn file cards in it ... Thank god I had saved the "faves" into the camera's memory.
Anyway...where is your new post with "wide latitude, Low Light" ...etc?
Do you mean back on page 1???
Sorry...I'm a bone head but would love to recover the files.

By the way, while I'm at it I should also thank you for the "DVD" you produced!.......it saved me a lot of time getting up to speed with the camera! Great work and sharing! Thank you very very much!

Cheers!
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Old September 5th, 2013, 10:56 PM   #148
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Re: HD100 Series Scene File Recipes & Downloadable .SCN files

The links to Paolo's TC3 files seem to be broken again, does anyone have the details or the file for the HD100 series cameras, as I really want to give this a try.
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Old December 25th, 2016, 07:27 AM   #149
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Re: HD100 Series Scene File Recipes & Downloadable .SCN files

Kicking an old horse. Has anyone tried to use their venerable JVC HD100/110/200** to the newer JVC LS300 shooting J-Log? There are a lot of situations that the older JVC would be preferable.. that and the 17x Fujinon lens I upgraded to for events. Wish I had gotten the HD200 for the SDI output for simpler less compressed recording for post uprising to match 4K, but oh well.
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