Quote from: Irri on March 11, 2010, 09:07:06 PM:
"I just noticed that the the Alev III sensor is quoted as having 12.1 stops of dynamic range here http://arridigital.com/teaser/sensitivity"
Quote from: Hans on March 11, 2010, 11:33:25 PM:
"Good point !
This was the rev A Status at IBC 2009 the final sensor provides more dynamic (13.5) and better snr than Rev A.
Thanks for the hint - we will remove it from the web !"
Here they are
Also don't forget that high ISO/ASA or 12+ DR or 13+ DR are important things in a digital acquisition
but not the most important.
A camera that can have all that and plus 'stock looks spinning' possibilities at the and it can count as a WINNER.
Just wait till NAB and have a look there and AFTER.
Today a lot of digital acquisition systems could claim a high ISO/ASA (800) and DR but the image look is only that will count the most.
Get all 13 or even more film stock looks (Kodak and Fuji with or without grain applied) on your RAW image IN CAMERA (LOOK) and then you are just as a SAFE.
FILM ACQUISITION IS "MAYBE" GONNA DIE SOONER OR LATER
BUT THE FILM (STOCKS) LOOK IS NOT DEAD AT ALL,
IT WILL BE JUST "REPLACED" WITH A DIGITAL.
The only problem I see with the "Arri DRTC" is that it has too narrow
a test range. If 35mm Film can have more than 14 Stops of DR,
then I would like to see Arri, but preferably Red, create a DRTC
that can reveal 20 Stops, this way people can also use it to test
different film emulsions and the Monstro when it comes out.
Also, when the Monstro delivers 15.5 Stops of DR........I will
be more than blown away. I will be elated!
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