Thread: Shot on Panavision Millennium Outlaw King (Nov 9, 2018). A Netflix Originalal

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    Did anyone else feel like most if not all low light scenes looked excessively noisy?

    The day lit scenes looked gorgeous, but as soon as a night scene appeared with low light there was more noise than I have seen in any modern production in years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Farnes View Post
    Did anyone else feel like most if not all low light scenes looked excessively noisy?

    The day lit scenes looked gorgeous, but as soon as a night scene appeared with low light there was more noise than I have seen in any modern production in years.
    Yes, I feel the same.
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    The 9 minute long steadicam sequence at the start is impressive, with a fight scene too!

    Lots of VFX went into it:

    https://www.popularmechanics.com/cul...movie-effects/
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    And not released on disc. Disturbing trend I hate. If they want my money and attention they have to go beyond streaming.
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