I got a few questions, any constructive response is really appreciated. I keep thinking in circles. 1. So you have the options of recording RedlogFilm and Red Gammas, but how do you even see true red gamma spaces on a Rec 709 calibrated monitor? 2. From what I have read, noise only happens when you lift darks too much passed where they are supposed to be mapped by your iso selection. How are you guys creating your luts to properly map the dynamic range so you know your bounds in the darks. Is the Arri Lut basically doing that? Subquestion, is that Arri lut a transformation into a Rec 709 space. 3. (One of the dumber questions), if my external monitor is Rec 709, are the smpte-c color bars of any use? Apologies for the amatuerness, but if you guys could shed some light on your color space conversion workflow and monitor viewing, that would be awesome.