Protune unlocks the camera’s full potential, yielding stunning image quality and cinema-caliber video optimized for professional productions.
Protune is compatible with professional color correction tools, GoPro software and other video editing software.
The options for this setting are off (default) and on. When Protune is on, PT appears on the camera status screen. Protune is available for all video and photo resolutions.
White balance adjusts the overall color tone of videos based on the environmental conditions.
Note: Array camera firmware does not offer the Auto white balance selection. Be sure to choose the appropriate white balance for your scene.
Warm light (incandescent or sunrise/sunset lighting)
5500K (default for Night Lapse)
Slightly cool light (cool fluorescent or average daylight)
Cool light (overcast conditions)
Minimally color-corrected file from the image sensor that allows for more precise adjustments in post-production
Color lets you adjust the color profile of your video and photos.
Provides GoPro color-corrected profile (same great color as when Protune is off)
Provides a neutral color profile that can be color-corrected to better match footage captured with other equipment, offering more flexibility in post-production. Due to its long curve, Flat captures more details in shadows and highlights.
ISO Limit adjusts the camera’s sensitivity in low-light environments, and creates a balance between brightness and resulting image noise. Image noise refers to the degree of graininess in the image.
Brighter video in low light, highest image noise
Brighter video in low light, increased image noise
Moderately bright video in low light, moderate image noise
Darker video in low light, marginal image noise
Darker video in low light, minimum image noise
Sharpness controls the sharpness of your video footage.
Moderately sharp video
EXPOSURE VALUE COMPENSATION (EV COMP)
Exposure Value Compensation affects the brightness of your video. Adjusting this setting can improve image quality when shooting in environments with contrasting lighting conditions.
PRO TIP: Exposure Value Compensation adjusts brightness within the existing ISO Limit. If brightness has already reached the ISO Limit in a low-light environment, increasing the Exposure Value Compensation does not have any effect.
This option resets all Protune settings to their default values.
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