Sony PMW-F3 HDR:
Using the Sony PMW-F3 camera in standard mode for standard street footage the guys move to MPEG2 Long GOP 4:2:0 35Mbps, ProRes 422 HQ 222Mbps, and ProRes 422 HQ 222Mbps + Neat Video. The guys also do a zoom in for a 400% square and a 300% side by side.
Google Translate gives us this Japanese to English:
With extremely high contrast shooting situations in the actual scene, it is subjected to tests for extreme color correction.
Canon 60D V Sony PMW-F3:
Here we see Normal exposure, +1 Stops, +2 Stops, +3 Stops, +4 Stops, +5 Stops, -1 Stops, -2 Stops, -3 Stops, -4 Stops, -5 Stops, -6 Stops, -7 Stops.
Over the side, has a bright tone priority 60D 1/2stop more about what seems to be wide. Are clearly under the F3, but it’ll see very concretely that latitude can not be quantified. How to identify the tone and extent? Also, if we could identify the tone, S / N in a useless or not it is bad does not make sense? As previously mentioned S / N in terms of the test is not fair, F3 and S / N is assumed to have been more than I can not subtract them.
Sony PMW-F3 Colour Sampling:
MPEG2-Long GOP body can record 4:2:0 HD-SDI output and recorded by AJA Ki Pro 4:2:2 ProRes422HQ (220Mbps) and I tried to compare.
Go to PRONEWSjp YouTube Channel for more camera tests.