Shooting yesterday, suddenly got a horrible green cast, like I'd lost most of blue and red channels. I had walked down the stairs with Scarlet on and perhaps my finger was on a preset key changing color temp. However LCD touchscreen/sidehandle would not let me change back to 3200K. Powered down and back up, still green, still wouldn't let me adjust color temp. I reinstalled firmware, problem fixed. The problematic shot shows 2300K in RedCine-X, adjusting color temp changes image a little, but it remains very green. I'm attempting to attach still examples. Already reported to Red support, is this a known problem? Anything else I should have done?
You can open the advanced color temperature dialog using one of the following methods:
- Press UP with the color temp active
- Press and hold or double tap the color temp in the top bar
- Select '...' from the color temp list (newer firmware only)
Thank you, Trent. Is there some way of telling from the R3D in RedCine-X whether this is what happened?
Thank you. When I checked thi,s Tint was all the way at 100, I slid it to 0, adjusted K to 3200 and image looks perfect, thank you RedRaw.
Would it be possible when viewing 'clean' on an HDMI monitor, to have the HDMI image in the 'magnify' mode match the image on the 5.6" LCD?
It's not as magnified on the HDMI, and it would help to be able to focus, for those of use with less than perfect vision.
So as not to cause any grief for those who like it like it is, maybe an assignable hotkey for how it is now, and one for a magnify that matches the LCD?
don't want to be a bother, but is there an eta on a beta with timelapse? i have a project coming up relatively soon that i would prefer not to have to purchase a 5D for. thanks.
FWIW I think that is the best choice as any scaling could make judging focus less accurate since you couldn't be sure whether the slight softness was from missing the focal plane or the scaling engine in your monitor.
Cheers - #19
Would love to see timelapse and manual frame advance at the soonest opportunity.
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