Hello. I have a real problem with getting grainy video after shooting inside my studio. I have two 500 watt incendescent lights in front of me, and two 250 watt flourscents on the wall behind me. I have experimented many ways on manually fixing the brightness setting, focus, low light, etc. I cannot seem to make any progress. Here is a breakdown of what my camera is and what I can do with it:
Aspect Ratio 16x9
Resolution: 1080p 60fps
Here is what options I have to mess with:
White Balance: AUTO - INDOOR - OUTDOOR - ONE PUSH
Spot Meter/Fcs: MANUAL - AUTO
Spot Meter: MANUAL - AUTO
Spot Focus: MANUAL - AUTO
Exposure: MANUAL - AUTO
Focus: MANUAL - AUTO
Low Lux: OFF - ON
Scene Selection: AUTO - NIGHT SCENE - SUNRISE&SUNSET - FIREWORKS - LANDSCAPE - PORTRAIT - SPOTLIGHT - BEACH - SNOW
Tele Macro: OFF - ON
Auto Back Light: OFF
I'm not sure what is the best settings for this camera to get rid of my grainy video. If you wanna see what I'm talking about, go to: http://blip.tv/absentcommentator/the-absentcommentator-the-legend-of-zel...
If you watch in HD, you can see how bad the grainy-ness can be.
Any help I can get is better than no help at all.