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Black Shading/ Noise compensation

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Hey guys... Just wondering.

whenever I'm shooting I get a serious amount of static noise on the camera. Is there a way to black shade/ noise reduce the camera by callibration, or is this a purely post production artifact.
 
Hey guys... Just wondering.

whenever I'm shooting I get a serious amount of static noise on the camera. Is there a way to black shade/ noise reduce the camera by callibration, or is this a purely post production artifact.

Are you talking about the over-exposure zebra stripes in the tablet video, or is this something else that records onto the card?
 
Something that records onto the card. It looks like a static layer of chroma based noise that doesn't move with the frame. I wouldn't mind if it was dynamic noise but it's like a weird layer. DNR does make it go away but also softens the footage.
 
Something that records onto the card. It looks like a static layer of chroma based noise that doesn't move with the frame. I wouldn't mind if it was dynamic noise but it's like a weird layer. DNR does make it go away but also softens the footage.

What editor are you using? There have been reports that Aperture shows a lot of dead pixel information that is not there with Photoshop or Lightroom.
 
Does it show up when you play the video in windows media player? I know my premiere downgrades the footage and makes this happen with Premiere playback.
 
I don't have WMP, I'm on a mac. But yeah it appears in quicktime. Though today's footage seems to have it less pronounced so I'm not even sure if I'm imaginging things or not.
 

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