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    Poll: I don't want to hijack the thread and this is not...

    I don't want to hijack the thread and this is not Red related, feel free to PM me but the overview is simply that the sigma is 6K sensor and outputs a UHD cDNG file based on some form of scale...
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    Poll: I totally agree. Also if you shot in DC mode you...

    I totally agree. Also if you shot in DC mode you get a pixel for pixel crop from the sensor. The 6K full frame -> UHD is softened a little by the scale.

    I hope they can offer more crops (DCI 4K...
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    I can guess the lens, MS Optics? Very cool guy,...

    I can guess the lens, MS Optics? Very cool guy, all hand designed AFAIK.

    I too lean towards the M Mount range - One of the issues with DSMC2 was the limited depth inside the OLPF, meaning that a...
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    Poll: Nah, mine doesn't crush like that and i play in...

    Nah, mine doesn't crush like that and i play in the dark a lot.

    I think it looks like something through a baked codec, the decision to crush there to not show noise maybe. It's difficult to do an...
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    Poll: Great Test Evin, thank you. Yes the current fp...

    Great Test Evin, thank you.

    Yes the current fp firmware has fixed this and they have been super attentive to other issues and requests. I grabbed one as a quick B cam because of the size and i'm...
  6. I've been petitioning for apps like Nuke to read...

    I've been petitioning for apps like Nuke to read the per frame gyro to help guide 3d tracking. As mentioned above there's no positional data and what you do get is not precise but it could be really...
  7. What's technically wrong with cDNG, i mean it's a...

    What's technically wrong with cDNG, i mean it's a codec holding RAW data - RAW data is the most basic simplest data there is.

    In this case IMHO people should have just developed cDNG more. There...
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    Sorry, just to be clear i didn't mean wobbly as...

    Sorry, just to be clear i didn't mean wobbly as in rolling shutter jello, just that the frame would be quite jittery. Hold out something that weight for any length of time and view the results on a...
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    Sorry, just to be clear i didn't mean wobbly as...

    Sorry, just to be clear i didn't mean wobbly as in rolling shutter jello, just that the frame would be quite jittery. Hold out something that weight for any length of time and view the results on a...
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    I think it would be very wobbly like that. The...

    I think it would be very wobbly like that. The stabilisation is only two points and with the normal muscular tremors it will be pretty shaky IMHO. The number of times i end up shooting like that...
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    I think it would be very wobbly like that. The...

    I think it would be very wobbly like that. The stabilisation is only two points and with the normal muscular tremors it will be pretty shaky IMHO. The number of times i end up shooting like that...
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    As i mentioned earlier, if you were running under...

    As i mentioned earlier, if you were running under ACES i think you'd have the same issues and ACES is a pretty standard workflow for lots of people.

    I guess the question has to be what is the...
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    Yes, in that case that's not going to work. In...

    Yes, in that case that's not going to work. In which case you're better off adding the appropriate nodes as part of a shared node at the end of node tree i would think.



    If it's photoshop work...
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    IMHO i love the fact that the IPP2 processing is...

    IMHO i love the fact that the IPP2 processing is applied to all footage on the timeline. I find it easier to match and integrate footage this way - when it is sitting under the same contrast and...
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    That's an interesting statement, implying that...

    That's an interesting statement, implying that the sensor itself is versioned internally and has made improvements on each batch perhaps. So now we're adding 'vintage' to a particular sensor as well...
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    That's an interesting statement, implying that...

    That's an interesting statement, implying that the sensor itself is versioned internally and has made improvements on each batch perhaps. So now we're adding 'vintage' to a particular sensor as well...
  17. I don't have the Nikon, but do have a sigma fp -...

    I don't have the Nikon, but do have a sigma fp - which i believe to be the same sensor.

    The fp scales the 6K down to 3840 as well, it doesn't have an OLPF and so their reasoning is that the scale...
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    It would be odd to say they're the same and...

    It would be odd to say they're the same and publish utterly different.

    Highlights the fact that there is no official source for slrmagic - their dot com site doesn't even have these ones on...
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    Well unless those pages have inaccurate...

    Well unless those pages have inaccurate information the optical formula for those are totally different (elements & groups)

    cheers
    Paul
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    Maybe they were controlling light into the lenses...

    Maybe they were controlling light into the lenses with matte box/flags/ears?

    I don't have a problem with less rotation, and being a bit lighter is nice as well. In fact lighter still would be...
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    Rohit, Has there been any movement on...

    Rohit,

    Has there been any movement on supporting 32 bit float audio? I will download and upgrade but see nothing about this on the lists

    IMHO 32bit float is becoming more of a show stopper....
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    I can see this as a tool but also can see plenty...

    I can see this as a tool but also can see plenty of cases where it simply won't work and if you build an environment that relies on AI detection i think most productions will end up a nightmare.
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    Aladdin Lights have similar, not only large...

    Aladdin Lights have similar, not only large foldable versions but the newer all in one panels are much more flexible than previous versions (can roll up the 2x1 no problem). These can be both...
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    I'm obviously a fan of the APO HyperPrimes (just...

    I'm obviously a fan of the APO HyperPrimes (just a fan, not paid!). I think there are a few of us who have taken the time with them and fallen for their look. John Brawley as well being the highest...
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    Onions rings are a sign of sharpness in the lens...

    Onions rings are a sign of sharpness in the lens design. It's a personal preference.

    The more expensive you go the more corrected and heavier a lens becomes. If you want it all then you're looking...
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