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    Those are not grades. :) Those are...

    Those are not grades. :)

    Those are transformations showing accurate exposure for that sensor for a thick negative and healthy shadows. Which is especially important when exposing to dark scenes.
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    Of the four shots in the link: First is...

    Of the four shots in the link:

    First is underexposed + 8:1 bites off a chunk of what is left = unusable
    Second is okay
    Third is okay
    Fourth is underexposed = unusable

    There is nothing wrong...
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    Did the client see those two images ? :)

    Did the client see those two images ?

    :)
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    It's even funnier that the forced tech currently...

    It's even funnier that the forced tech currently does a whole 2m of distance.
    Sounds like thought through.
  5. Oddness remover tool just above. : )

    Oddness remover tool just above.

    : )
  6. When transformed to 709 you are looking at...

    When transformed to 709 you are looking at properties of transformation too. :)

    Overall brightness impression is mostly due to log differences, but that is just a part.
  7. T2, ISO500 both. Differences: sensor, signal...

    T2, ISO500 both.

    Differences: sensor, signal processing, log. :)

    Exposure compensation on Venice would not give the same image feel.
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    Now try to look at that choice from a perspecive...

    Now try to look at that choice from a perspecive of a camera maker.
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    Ongoing inner entertainment with introspective...

    Ongoing inner entertainment with introspective process "did I just loose that shot/scene/day/shoot/client/reputation due to my choice of media".

    If it was the same media we'd all be sharing the...
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    You just did that yourself, assuming someone else...

    You just did that yourself, assuming someone else did.
  11. Let's try that again. Alexa/Venice ...

    Let's try that again.


    Alexa/Venice


    http://i65.tinypic.com/5yhqxd.png


    http://i66.tinypic.com/219e3h3.png
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    Let's not get ahead of ourselves. :)

    Let's not get ahead of ourselves. :)
  13. Can you point to the examples leading to that...

    Can you point to the examples leading to that conclusion ?
  14. Last attempt. 1) Alexa rated and exposed on...

    Last attempt.

    1) Alexa rated and exposed on 800 is thicker than 1600 rating and compensated minus one stop exposure on Monstro. Regardless of noise levels and shadow detail visibility. Those are...
  15. Regardless of beliefs and preferences, thicker...

    Regardless of beliefs and preferences, thicker image is a thicker image.
    More data, more flexible, grades better with less penalties. And blockbuster A list actor's face skin texture will not be...
  16. You are missing a distinction between: - The...

    You are missing a distinction between:

    - The property of image density relative to exposure levels

    and

    - Suggestion for image data presentation predetermining judgement calls for exposure...
  17. = Nowhere. Sensor is not "designed" for any...

    = Nowhere.

    Sensor is not "designed" for any ISO, ISO is equivalency, rated on some criteria and someone's rating doesn't change laws of physics.
  18. Where does Panavision state Monstro sensor is...

    Where does Panavision state Monstro sensor is "designed for 1600" ?



    If the stuff written in previous post is true...exposure to 1600 rating is one stop underexposure compared to exposure for...
  19. By the amount of difference in shadow range...

    By the amount of difference in shadow range compared to Arri's sensor.



    If it's not a different analog gain implementation, such as in Gemini, Venice, Varicam, etc. "rating" a camera higher in...
  20. Yes I do. And with guesswork that's also...

    Yes I do.

    And with guesswork that's also oversimplification.



    If you rate any camera a stop higher you degrade the signal density by underexposing one stop.
    If the material is also...
  21. Higher rating does to shadows what lower does to...

    Higher rating does to shadows what lower does to highlights. With additional price of a stop under thinner image overall, further degraded by effect of compression on low signal values.

    You don't...
  22. As every other digital camera in this domain,...

    As every other digital camera in this domain, where Alexa leads in that aspect.
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    Those tools are not invented to work but to be...

    Those tools are not invented to work but to be used during work. Done by the Human. When that approach makes sense. In many scenes and types of shoots it doesn't.

    Chart feature in apps is thrown...
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    They prefer "not digital look" avoiding many...

    They prefer "not digital look" avoiding many parameters which scream "digital", and may refer to it as "film look" while the image is lacking image properties of film.

    :)




    That cannot be...
  25. Burning in gamut and gamma significantly limits...

    Burning in gamut and gamma significantly limits the material for grading and locks in many subtle image properties as a starting point related to range and precision. Also, conversion from compressed...
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