All this, however, has nothing to do with the OP's problems. I would listen to David Mullen's suggestion and get a second camera and additional sharp glass.
As a personal side-note: Red's compression has problems with high detailed scenes such as parks and trees. When I shoot at 3K and a compression lower than 1:5 I get clunky artifacts in the shadows. The problem is easy to solve: don't lower compression down to 1:8 or even lower. But you've all done that. Listen to David Mullen.
hmm, the OPs results are not far from mine. I never posted this here but I was quite disappointed when I saw my first footage from the Scarlet. Spoke to a buddy next to me (with EPIC and Scarlet) and he told me I´ll get used to it, it´s quite in line. Not that you cannot get it sharp in post, but at least quite noisy when sharpened, you can even see some noise in that test chart shot from David Mullen in this thread (I give the scarlet enough light, expose around 500ISO) ,so what Marie wrote seems reasonable to me. On the other hand, I´d love to get sharper results straight out of the camera - @Michael, please keep us informed about your findings.
Thank you, Ulf
Thank you. Sent you an email.
There's still something very wrong in your debayer or capture in the 3:1 though:
That's not optical. Did you rescale the image or apply sharpening or something? Nothing should create that artifact though.
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