Type: Posts; User: Mark L. Pederson
Fujifilm IS Mini - best in class IMO at the moment - is 26^3 - 10 bit processing :)
And Panasonic is leading the way with 3D LUT support in (high end) "consumer" 4k TVs -
Just to put a little perspective on this - a 17x17x17 3D LUT has 4,913 defined color points - the rest are interpolated (typically trilinear).
A 33x33x33 has 35,937 defined points - and is used...
AJA is 17x17x17
Understood Mike - and I am ALL for as many 3D LUT hardware options as possible!
But it's important to identify the target use for the device - as there is more to consider than just "cost".
Too small for creative LUTs - okay for monitor calibration - but IMO - too small for high-end creative work.
33x33x33 - 16bit processing as opposed to Lumagen's 12-bit processing - 4K up tp...
And for what it's worth - having taught hundreds of people from around the world in Reducation and other seminars - I have found that a vast majority of camera owner/operators - who don't...
And that naming - "Low Light Optimized" may as well be called "The FUD Generator".
Hey Christoffer - it does sound like you could be best served by the LLO. If you often starve the sensor of light - and using a light meter - you can not get an appropriate/available T stop rating at...
There are many comments in this thread I find very troubling.
When RED announced the naming convention for the OLPFs I rolled my eyes because I knew that by calling one OLPF "low light optimized"...
Fantastic news Dan!
Vitec has served my good friend Nicol very well - and now I don't have to worry about pissing him off if you and I do some stuff together!!
This is great.
Which is, go figure, very close to the native aspect ratio of the Dragon (1.94:1)
I would :)
So this is already 100% possible now on Dragon with external software using RCP protocol. Not rocket science.
if I wasn't pushing Mikael to fry much bigger fish in time for NAB - I'd suggest...
When I first heard the name I HATED it.
Spent a couple hours with Jarred today at RSH.
The name is PERFECT.
Reserve your judgement until all is revealed.
Post of the year and well said.
Yup. Folks are finally figuring it out.
Easy Peter .... keep your 50 shades of 18% gray to yourself :)
ARCTIC BUTTERFLY for the win. http://www.visibledust.com/products3.php?pid=3
The brush spins and creates a static charge. When you bring the brush close to a sensor or OLPF - the...
Feels even better than 2007 :)
WHY would ANYONE want to buy a Quad Battery Module?