I've just finished four days in Nara shooting the first part of a Discovery Channel show called Atlas Japan using our M-X Red One, for Papillon Magic (the production company), directed by Sang Yul Chang.
Here are four still captures (from the moving footage) to show the amazing capabilities and dynamic range of the Mysterium-X sensor in all sorts of lighting situations. Everything was shot on Canon EF lenses using the Birger/Viewfactor combo to drive them. Shot in 4KHD 23.98fps as it's destined for HDTV screens. Build 30.5.0 was used and all the images below are straight out of RedCine-X (build 256) and resized in Photoshop to 1920x1080 using Bi-cubic Sharper (click on the images to view them in that resolution).
Deer roaming the city in Nara:
Kaiyodo figurine design studio:
"Basara" Heavenly General - one of twelve protectors of the Buddha, Yakushiji Shrine:
Little girl overcomes her fear of Sentokun, Nara's 1300th Anniversary mascot:
I'll be shooting the next part of this documentary later this month. Until then, enjoy!