2 Apr 2013 - Video Production, Professional Video, Post-Production, Audio & Lighting
Learn about noise and ISO settings on your camera. An ISO setting is the digital equivalent to Film's A.S.A setting. Simply put, your ISO is your camera's sensor sensitivity to light. The higher the ISO speed, meaning the larger the number, the more sensitive your sensor will be to light. The lower the number, the less sensitive your camera's sensor will be to light.
Your ISO setting combined with your aperture and shutter speed work together to give you your correct exposure.
Neat Video is a video filter designed to reduce visible noise and grain in video footage produced by digital video cameras, camcorders, TV-tuners, digitizers of film or analog video.
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