Administrators Andrew Reid Posted June 4, 2014 Administrators Share Posted June 4, 2014 The EOSHD Panasonic GH4 Shooterâ€™s Guide is now available 8bit DSLR codecs get quite a lot of bashing for banding, and itÂ is something we're well used too...Â A sky or a wall taking up half the shot with only 4 or 5 shades where there should be a silky smooth gradient with thousands of tiny steps in-between darker and slightly lighter areas of the image. However one of the first things I noticed with the Panasonic GH4 was that banding was greatly reduced and it looked like my 10bit Blackmagic footage, even though it was still an 8bit codec (internally with 4K). Why such a turn-around for an 8bit codec?Â It turns out the 4K mode on the GH4 holds the key to hiding thisÂ banding...Â yet it is something we can apply to all DSLRS... Here's how... Read the full article here Christina Ava 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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