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Nikon D5200 review

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9 is overkill and 0 is too soft. 3 Is nice :) Can you try the same thing but with a medium closeup of someone?

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9 is overkill and 0 is too soft. 3 Is nice :) Can you try the same thing but with a medium closeup of someone?

Sure. I try to do tomorrow.

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I've made a music video with some young lads last year with only the kit lens. I used the flaat11 profile and just a little decent grading in post. Its a no budget made but this DSLR opens doors. Maybe someones like to see.

I tried to be careful with that profile, unfortunately i realized the noise at the totale drummer footage too late. But its not a camera issue.

If the video doesn't amuse you, i hope my english did.

 

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It might been differend picture profile i jused flaat11 and gamma 0.6 but sharpening is same @ 4 no sharpening in post

Hi terozzz

 

Thank you for all your input on the D5200 here. I'd like to ask a simple question: How do you change gamma on your Nikon D5200?

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Do you notice hot pixels on your videos? I'm getting red and blue pixels on ISO values above 800 on my Nikon D5200. Could they be removed in post?

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