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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimon_Kodossis View Post
    Phil, in some forums some people say 120fps@4k 13:1 will be really noisy. what do you think?
    Also, do you think they will keep the anamorphic mode locked ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimon_Kodossis View Post
    Phil, in some forums some people say 120fps@4k 13:1 will be really noisy. what do you think?
    Also, do you think they will keep the anamorphic mode locked ?

    Thanks in advance,

    cheers
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    Me very interested too
    It's been fun reading some of those replies as well :)

    The truth in how good 4K 120fps footage at REDCODE RAW 13:1 will look largely depends on how you shoot it. Meaning how you expose for it. ISO plays a role here as does "everything".

    There is no "one answer" to this equation. If something is shot well it will look good. We've seen very nice quality 4K 120fps in the past. Raven will deliver that as well if exposed for properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    If we are talking "traditional" FF35, let's crop that to a FF aspect ratio of 1.90:1 because we care about width more than anything.

    That should be 1.76x relative to FF35 and 0.83x relative to S35.
    Sorry for picking this up again but I got a bit confused here.
    The Raven has a 4K Dragon sensor - so it's a smaller version of the original 6K Dragon sensor and not that one just cropped in, right?
    Cause I used the REDTools app to figure out the crop factor (Dragon 6K sensor at 4K) and it states a crop factor of 1,49x
    I take it this information only applies to the originak 6K Dragon sensor cropped and not the new 4K Dragon sensor?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simeon T Geyer View Post
    Sorry for picking this up again but I got a bit confused here.
    The Raven has a 4K Dragon sensor - so it's a smaller version of the original 6K Dragon sensor and not that one just cropped in, right?
    Cause I used the REDTools app to figure out the crop factor (Dragon 6K sensor at 4K) and it states a crop factor of 1,49x
    I take it this information only applies to the originak 6K Dragon sensor cropped and not the new 4K Dragon sensor?!
    There is no "new" Dragon sensor. What is in Raven is the Dragon sensor, just the 4K FF format and sensor size.

    Here, this might help:

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    So that means there is a full 6K Sensor in the Raven but the internal boards etc restrict it to the "4K crop" ?!
    Therefore the crop factor should be 1.49x (if the REDTools app isn't lying to me)
    That would also mean that THEORETICALLY there could be an update to use the full 6K in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simeon T Geyer View Post
    That would also mean that THEORETICALLY there could be an update to use the full 6K in the future.
    Not happening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simeon T Geyer View Post
    So that means there is a full 6K Sensor in the Raven but the internal boards etc restrict it to the "4K crop" ?!
    Therefore the crop factor should be 1.49x (if the REDTools app isn't lying to me)
    That would also mean that THEORETICALLY there could be an update to use the full 6K in the future.
    Raven has a 4K cut-out of the 6K (and eventually 8K) Dragon sensor.

    Scarlet Dragon has the same size 6K sensor as Epic Dragon. Scarlet MX has the same size 5K MX sensor as Epic MX. The Scarlets just shoot less than 24fps when using the full sensor size.

    Raven does not have a 6K sensor inside. It has a 4K sensor.
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