Question about Sony Handycam DCR-PC330 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
I had been using a Sony DCR-TRV33 for shooting in a fairly small room which to the naked eye seems pretty well lit (3 100 watt bulbs). Because much of the time the camera faces a window, I found that using the backlight function worked well. Other than that, all settings were automatic. I found the video quality to be pretty good in terms of color, brightness and crispness of detail. However in an effort to improve on the video quality I purchased a Sony DCR-PC330. Setting this camcorder up in the same way as the TRV33 produced decidedly inferior results with the colors very washed out. By adjusting the white balance to the "Indoor" setting , the colors improved dramatically and pretty much match those of the much cheaper TRV33. However, so far I find that the overall video quality in terms of clarity and detail is slightly less good with the PC330 compared to the TRV33 instead of the big improvement that I expected. I noticed that the PC330 has an additional settind called "Sharpness" which is not present on the TRV33.What is this and how does it relate to focus? Any other ideas?
Hi, The traditional measure of image sharpness is stated in line pairs per millimeter ? abbreviated as lp/mm. In other words the ability of the human eye to discerned the number of high-contrast pairs of lines appearing in the space of a single millimeter. It may help you to get a better result. Daniel
Posted on Feb 09, 2006
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