One of the nice features of the Z10000 is that you can select the way you want your video to look. You like contrasty, colorful shots? You like to mimic film? You need to deal with dark shadows? You like sharpness? You can choose to what you like to see.
Here are two 3D shots in each of the six pre-set scene modes: First, a contrasty shot in bright sun with shade; second, an open shot on a cloudy day.
The six pre-set scene modes: 1. Normal HD, 2. Fluo (for fluorescent lighting), 3. Spark (high sharpness and color and contrast), 4. B-Str (black stretch), 5. Cine V (film-like), 6. Cine D (film-like, high dynamic range).
So, there are six videos.http://youtu.be/bXAR0vLXMOA?hd=1
See any difference? Like one better? Does the setting (contrasty, cloudy) make a difference?