Should Proper Zebra Level Look Overexposed in the Monitor?

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OP rdbot Regular Member • Posts: 167
Re: Should Proper Zebra Level Look Overexposed in the Monitor?

My camera is set to 2020 as I learned that it's better to shoot that way and then convert than to shoot in 709. I have no experience w/ grading at the moment, just did my first video shoots w/ my Sony A7RIII based on what I learned. Not sure if I did it right.

Im also not sure what editor I will finally use, likely it will be final cut pro or premier, whichever seems to suit me best when I get to that stage. relative newbie to the whole process as you might be able to tell, but I had to scramble to figure out how to set up my camera to do the shoot before I had the workflow in place.

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