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I did a rough test of the HT1000 gamma settings and how they affected the VE grayscale test pattern.


The top picture is the NATURAL gamma setting, followed by the DYNAMIC and last BLACK DETAIL.


The camera also picked up some mild color shifts in addition to the IRE shifts. The Natural gamma had a slight blue/green push. The Dynamic a slight blue. The Black Detail a very slight red at 50 IRE, but was the most natural thru the rest of the range.


Natural had the best overall IRE balance. Dynamic kind pushed the upper and lower range apart. While Black Detail raised the over all range upward.


I'm not sure which gamma I prefer as a foundation, but I am leaning toward the Natural gamma because it provides the best spread on the upper IRE range which provides the best white details.


These measurements were taken with the color temp of 6500.


Cheers


RJ

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http://www.blanca.com/HT1000/IRE_N.jpg
http://www.blanca.com/HT1000/IRE_D.jpg
http://www.blanca.com/HT1000/IRE_B.jpg
 
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