So I got my camera last week and set out to profile it with my Sekonic L-758c. After a full day of shooting, a day of processing, and some time making the profiles I thought that i would share what I came up with.
For more details and specifics on the testing visit my blog:
Direct Link to Blog Post:
Profiling the Sekonic L-758c
Download the profiles here:
Sekonic Profiles for the Red One (Build 17)
I was very surprised by the results- the biggest factor in determining the latitude was the color space and not light color temp of the lighting source. (At least from a technical standpoint as evaluated by the software.) You're own acceptable tolerance for the noise floor my not match up with what the software calculated.
The RAW settings had the greatest range of just over 9 stops. Next was Rec709 with just under 8 stops, and then RedSpace came in at just under 7 stops. (These were the three settings that I processed, as they are the ones that I am most interested in. With each color space there was about 75 images that needed to be processed....)
Also in the profile download link above you will find a PDF that details out the settings used, all of the profiles created, and comparison charts of the various settings.