Synchro Scan Shutter on the HVX

Have you ever dialed open the iris of your HVX200 or HPX170 and wish you had a bit more light?  The quick answer is to bump the gain setting, but then you introduce some grain to your image.  The next alternative?  Slow down the shutter speed and the camera will let in more light.  If […]

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Shooting in Slow Motion – Overcranking the HVX

I love the Panasonic HVX200. I love it’s tapeless counterpart, the HPX170 even more. One of the things I enjoy so much about these cameras (considering their price range) is the ability they have to operate in “film cam” mode and shoot at variable frame rates. When you ‘overcrank’ at 60 frames per second and […]

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