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    Will Scarlet upgrades be in September too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    So you get the same 16+ stops of latitude at 200 asa as you do at 2000 with the Dragon. No latitude penalty when you lower ASA. Which means when you are shooting outside, less ND filters. Less IR issues, better images.
    Fascinating. After working with Mysterium-X for some time I sort of stopped visualizing things in terms of ISO and ASA for some reason and focused more on captured dynamic range and where I would like to place my targeted midtones. Which is why I never really loved the ISO 320/800 debates over the last couple years. There was a ceiling and a floor and room in the middle. Now it sounds like there's a lot more room.

    That's a bit over 3 stops of room between 200 and 2000 ASA. I like that.
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    So if 200ASA is 16 stops, and 1000 ASA is 16 stops, that means in total it's more than 16 stops (if, say, I do a composite of may ISOs in one image using power windows, that composite woudl contain more than 16 stops cleanly displayed)? Or it means that ISO is not really fully RAW anymore?
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    BTW... I'll be loving shooting 6k for 4k finish, but after seeing how good the prints come out of the 5k 14megapixels sensor... I simply can't wait to Print those 6'+ Color prints out of 6k 20megapixels sensor!!


    I guess Dragon tucked a while, and so did I, so it might be that we'll be shooting my first Feature on Dragon after all... What a fantastic NEWS... ;)
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    "And I just upgraded to Epic. Let's see if I can pull in some bigger jobs so I can go 6k. Feels crazy to even type that...but I don't care!!! "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Fascinating. After working with Mysterium-X for some time I sort of stopped visualizing things in terms of ISO and ASA for some reason and focused more on captured dynamic range and where I would like to place my targeted midtones. Which is why I never really loved the ISO 320/800 debates over the last couple years. There was a ceiling and a floor and room in the middle. Now it sounds like there's a lot more room.

    That's a bit over 3 stops of room between 200 and 2000 ASA. I like that.
    Exactly. Ive been shooting with the Dragon for awhile now.. and i've noticed I am much less concerned where that number is. Push it when I need to, pull it when the sun comes out. Much more freedom on hitting the right stop on the lens.

    O.. and Scarlet Dragon upgrades should start shipping near the end of September.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    Exactly. Ive been shooting with the Dragon for awhile now.. and i've noticed I am much less concerned where that number is. Push it when I need to, pull it when the sun comes out. Much more freedom on hitting the right stop on the lens.

    O.. and Scarlet Dragon upgrades should start shipping near the end of September.

    And that will serve extremely well in a lot of situations!
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