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    Quote Originally Posted by Offhollywood View Post
    Build 6 - Oh MY!

    Build 6 was the primary build we used on our first Red feature - seems like 20 years ago and a totally different camera.
    Hey no build 6 bashing.:angry2: Build 6 was the workhorse, the rock. In a world where build 8 was getting kicked off cliffs, build 6 was there for you!

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    I still prefer Build 1 myself because well, I'm old school like that.....

    And I enjoyed having the cam freeze on me every other take. :wacko:
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    In other words:

    What affects the image is how much light you let through the lens which will hit the sensor by adjusting your aperture and your shutter speed.

    Setting your ASA improperly could lead you to let too much or too little light hit the sensor.
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    Yes, as I have said before. Meta-data is called meta-data because it is not the main data, it is descriptor or altering data. ISO / ASA is meta-data.

    However the choices you make based on meta-data often are not.

    The truth. You have a camera in your hands. RED loaded it with 320 Daylight balanced film. (it just happens to be silicon instead of silver halides)

    Rate it and push or pull it around as you will. There will be prices to pay and incentives to gain. Just like with film.

    This ain't your DVX or SDX or HVX killer. This is a digital film camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frzendreams View Post
    Yes, as I have said before. Meta-data is called meta-data because it is not the main data, it is descriptor or altering data. ISO / ASA is meta-data.

    However the choices you make based on meta-data often are not.

    The truth. You have a camera in your hands. RED loaded it with 320 Daylight balanced film. (it just happens to be silicon instead of silver halides)

    Rate it and push or pull it around as you will. There will be prices to pay and incentives to gain. Just like with film.

    This ain't your DVX or SDX or HVX killer. This is a digital film camera.
    very, very well put.

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    jim, can you elaborate a bit about what has been done in build 16 to improve tungsten? You mentioned that in the build 16 thread.

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesherrick View Post
    jim, can you elaborate a bit about what has been done in build 16 to improve tungsten? You mentioned that in the build 16 thread.

    Thanks!
    I think from now on it is our job to deliver... then you guys can test it yourselves.

    I am not opposed to saying what we are finding. I am more reluctant to say what we have done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    I think from now on it is our job to deliver... then you guys can test it yourselves.

    I am not opposed to saying what we are finding. I am more reluctant to say what we have done.

    Jim
    Fair enough. I was curious as I have a very challenging shoot coming up late summer and I was happy to hear that you may have made some discoveries in that regard. When 16 is available I will be doing a lot of tests to see what it's all about. Can't wait.

    Have you got any sleep yet Jim?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jannard View Post
    I think from now on it is our job to deliver... then you guys can test it yourselves.Jim
    That's fair. everyone should test, but your findings help A LOT!

    So thanks because these discussions help me get the most out of the camera.

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