So I prromised to break this down technically a bit.
Kinda the story of:
Why Gunleik went from basically desiring a Motionmount, to desiring a Dragon (with Motionmount...)
I cannot do that all in a swoosh.
So I will do that over the next few days.
And I did not want to present the piece as a "tech test", because it basically is not.
But the plan was to make up 4 worlds, and use different lights for them and see what I could do with that.
And at the IBC, I saw that going through that with DoPs was kinda informative, so I will try to do it here as well.
Now, doing this "live" is pretty fluent.
You get some questions, answer them, possibly pick up a few other shots to find better examples etc. And it all plays live on a 4k screen.
Here. It will be stills.
I might post some TIFFs when that is relevant, but I will not post R3Ds. This is a film. Not a test...
But the parameters were pretty simple
Outdoors natural light. Day and night.
Indoors "weird lights"
And Outdoors HMI, night.
And finally I would have a peek into how it handles all this resolution and dynamics. All at once.
And of course IR handling.
Now, as stated a couple of times before.
As I went into the Dragon, there were some other aspects that ended up fascinating me more than the above.
Highlights and lowlights handling.
I have seen tests that makes it a safe bet to say that the Dragon has a real wide DR. 16+ is probably not hype, even though I did not test for that.
Still the numbers was not what got me going.
More how they all play together to make this camera a very special shooting and post experience.
The first batch here is the images I will discuss.
I will post them "as shot", which basically means shot at RC3/RG3 ISO800/5600K
And I will discuss as I have time over the next few days.
Outdoor, with 2k HMI ca 75 meters behinds the hilltop.
had planne to do this with a 4k + a butterfly, but then the 4k would not start...
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