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Old July 10th, 2011, 04:14 AM   #16
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Re: help matching colrs of Sony fx1 and Nikon d5100

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Mike,

the reference to tubes!!

I gotta know, how old arre you!! Thought I was one of the old farts here at a mere 61.

Dale

Dale, I just turned 60 a few days ago so you have a year on me :)
When I started my first job at St. Clair College in 1974, they were using black & white cameras with vidicon tubes - and 1" Sony black and white reel to reel VTRs (EV-320 as I recall).
We upgraded to colour in 1979 and had Hitachi cameras with saticons.
I know there were plumbicons in there somewhere but I can't remember where or when.
I definitely do NOT miss the 'good old' days !!
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Old July 10th, 2011, 04:44 AM   #17
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Re: help matching colrs of Sony fx1 and Nikon d5100

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Fossils?
I resemble that remark :)
I haven't heard anyone ask for a tweaker in a very long time.
Everything these days is frame-sync locked so no one does Horizontal and Sub Carrier timing on Tektronix waveform and vector monitors anymore.
Reminds me of the days of tube registration (vidicon/saticon/plumbicon tube anyone) which I'm sure you and Leslie remember only too well.
I'm willing to bet that a lot of folks on here don't know the difference between an insert and an assemble edit.
OMG, now I'm really sounding old !!
I feel out of the loop, I have a lot of Google-ing to do
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Old July 10th, 2011, 12:45 PM   #18
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Re: help matching colrs of Sony fx1 and Nikon d5100

I ended up using just one shot with the D5100: the finished sandwiches laid out on the counter. The main thing missing from the DSLR shots was the grill sizzling sounds from the z7's shotgun mic. I just got a Rhode Videomic Pro and have a Halo Rig on order and with that setup (D5100 mounted in the Halo Rig with the VideoMic Pro) I would feel as comfortable as I do with the Z7 and my shoulder mount.

All I did to match the D5100 to the Z7 was run the footage through a color correction filter with a cRGB to sRGB preset. As I go forward, I'll be tweaking this preset to make it even closer.

I really love the D5100 so far, I use auto exposure most of the time on my Z7 anyway and don't mind letting the Nikon set the exposure for me.
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