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Using a CPL filter in HDR Mode

Landbo

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Just fooling around today and slapped on the Freewell CPL filter


It's double up. A CPL filter does the following to the picture:

- Removes unwanted reflections from non-metallic objects such as water & glass.
- All the colors are more saturated and look brighter.
- The filter is often used to improve the contrast between the blue sky and white clouds.
- A widely used filter made up of 2 glass slices that can rotate for the desired effect.

That's correct when watching your video. But how much of the light is caused by HDR mode, one can only guess when you have not shot the same without HDR a second time.

Regards Leif.
 

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Something I would like to see added to the HDR video is being able to lock the white balance. Might not be possible in HDR video but it would be nice to have.
 

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Something I would like to see added to the HDR video is being able to lock the white balance. Might not be possible in HDR video but it would be nice to have.
Weird since I can change WB and EV manually. I can not set exposure time and ISO manually, but that's perhaps naturally in the way HDR works. Have tried in both in NAT and P-LOG style.

The new HDR mode seems to work well without all the noise the old made in the dark areas.

Regards Leif.
 

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