Sony DXC-D50PL PAL
High-Performance Digital Signal Processing
Creative Image Control
Natural Color Reproduction with "Knee Saturation Control"
Traditionally, shooting very bright portions of an object (such as key light reflections from a person's forehead)
can reduce color saturation and change the hue in highlight areas.
The DXC-D50/D50WS cameras adopt a Knee Saturation Control function in which this 'washed-out'
effect on saturation and hue change is reduced to a minimum, and far more natural color reproduction in
highlight areas is achieved.
Adaptive Highlight Control
In conventional cameras, only a single knee-point/slope is available for contrast control over highlights. The DXC-D50/DXC-D50WS camera, however, provides multiple knee-points/slopes for superior overexposure control. The camera analyzes the highlight areas of a scene and automatically sets and optimizes multiple knee points/slopes accordingly. This allows the reproduction of extremely difficult images (such as an interior scene that includes a brightly sunlit window) with much more overexposure latitude. This function applies only to input video levels in excess of the knee point - the middle and low luminance parts of the video signal are unaffected by this control.
Low Key Saturation
With traditional cameras, low-light areas can be subject to reduced saturation, resulting in the color in
these areas being "washed-out". The Low Key Saturation function on the DXC-D50 series helps eliminate this problem by optimizing the amplification of color saturation at low light levels, providing more natural color reproduction.
Separating the luminance and chrominance components of a composite signal can be a difficult task, even with the most advanced comb-filtering techniques. In order to keep cross color and cross luminance to a minimum, the DXC-D50 series virtually eliminates frequency components that may result in such artifact being generated prior to the signal output. These frequency components are virtually eliminated from the Y/R-Y/B-Y signals within the camera head through sophisticated digital three-line (NTSC)/five-line (PAL) comb filtering, resulting in a great reduction of the cross color and dot crawl
normally seen on picture monitors fed with a composite video signal.
Skin-Tone Detail Control
The Skin-Tone Detail function on the DXC-D50/D50WS allows softer detail correction to be applied in the facial area, while maintaining the sharpness of other parts of the picture. The Skin-Tone Detail area can be selected simply and
quickly using the Area-Detect Cursor in the viewfinder screen. The color range for the Skin-Tone Detail (and
skin detail level) can also be selected manually using the viewfinder menu system.
PVV-3P Betacam SP 2000PRO Dockable Recorder
CA-D50 Camera Adaptor
CA-TX7P Camera Adaptor
CCU-TX7P Camera Control Unit
COU-TX7 Camera Operational Unit
DXBK-701 SDI Output Board
RCP-D50 Remote Control Panel (Joystick Type)
RCP-D51 Remote Control Panel (Dial ControlType)
RM-M7G Remote Control Unit
BP-M50 Rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride Battery Pack
BP-M100 Rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride Battery Pack
BKW-L601 Battery Adaptor
CMA-8ACE AC Adaptor
ECM-672 Electret Condenser Microphone (U)
EC-0.3C2 Microphone cable
CAC-12 Camera Microphone Holder
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