GH2 High ISO Video Test

Started Nov 13, 2011 | Discussions thread
OP amtberg Veteran Member • Posts: 5,729
Re: Sigh!

HappyVan wrote:

If you have ever shot video, you would know that high bit rate is better for motion photography. A high bit rate is necessary if you ae shooting 1080p60 because of the amount of data. A higher bit rate reduces compression artefacts, but does not improve DR (blown highlights) and amp noise (inherent to the camera).

Yeah, thanks for stating the obvious. FYI, lenses also don't improve DR. They focus light onthe image plane. And lighting doesn't improve focus ... it just make the image brighter, or allows to you stop down and/or use faster shutter speeds. Let me know if you need more help.

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