[Tig] Grading Screen
irichardson at cuttingedge.com.au
Wed Sep 26 08:03:57 BST 2012
Hi Cedric, and all
Panasonic have always been shifty about their bit depth.
You will note [from their spec sheets] The older models are 'equivalent' says to me 'dither'
The 50-BT300U they state 'TBD'.......What does that mean To Be Determined?
We only use the Pannas for the 'client' end of the room. Not for grading.
Apart from that they line up beautifully
I like them
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5,120 steps (equivalent)
From: tig-bounces at colorist.org [mailto:tig-bounces at colorist.org] On Behalf Of Cédric Lejeune
Sent: Tuesday, 25 September 2012 3:14 PM
To: tig at colorist.org
Subject: Re: [Tig] Resolve dvd dailies question
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I calibrated a Panasonic TH50BT300 plasma yesterday and it' looked
very nice, managed to get spot on primaries and balanced greys (Rec709
settings, D65 white point). The only annoying thing while grading is
that we get to see some kind of dithering on the subtel gradients
giving slight purple/green on on the greys that tend to be less
visible at what they call Normal color temp.
I wonder what other people using this one usually do, live with it or
go thru a LUT box to compensate for that.
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