S-Gamut is a color space (color gamut) defined by Sony.
Examples of a color space (color gamut) include ITU-R BT.709 for HDTV and DCI-P3 for digital cinema. The latter features a wider range of color. S-Gamut defines an even wider color space than that of the previous two. When using S-Gamut, color must be graded after recording in order to adjust a movie for display on devices such as an HDTV or digital cinema projector.
There are three types of S-Gamut: S-Gamut, S-Gamut3, and S-Gamut.Cine. For an illustration of each color space, see the picture below.
- Comparison of color spaces
S-Gamut and S-Gamut3 have wider color spaces than S-Gamut3.Cine and they can be widely adjusted. Their color spaces cover the same range, but S-Gamut3 has improved color reproduction.
S-Gamut3.Cine has a slightly wider color space than DCI-P3. Combining S-Gamut3.Cine with S-Log3, which has gradation characteristics similar to those of scanned negative film, makes it easier to grade a movie for playback on devices such as a digital cinema projector.
For details on S-Gamut or S-Log, refer to the page below.
Help Guide for Creators
NOTE: Help Guide for Creators is a Help Guide for more creative image production using a camera manufactured by Sony.