White shading

Hammarstrom, Jon
April 2009
Broadcast Engineering;Apr2009, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p36
Trade Publication
The article offers information on white shading which is an essential function that is often overlooked in a camera setup. According to the article, white shading potentially needs to be checked less frequently compared to a digital filmmaker on-location changing lenses. Moreover, it discusses several measures that must be taken in order to ensure proper white shading.


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